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... Make an appt. with a GI. I had a change in consistency and gave it two weeks. Went to my family Dr. who put me on mirolax. I then went another week with constipation and diarreha. ... (2 replies)
... If you have ANY blood, or increased frequency of bowel movements, change in stool consistency... ribbon like or pencil thin, etc. then PLEASE go to a GI and schedule a colonoscopy. Better to be safe than sorry. I DO NOT MEAN TO SCARE YOU. ... (6 replies)
... Keep in mind that sometimes your stool will be softer, and other times have a harder consistency. ... (4 replies)

Pale colored stool
Sep 19, 2006
... color, etc., can change due to whatever we ingest. I had the frequent very pale stool problem and other problems, too, before having my gall bladder out. But it's gone two years and I still see this color change on occasion. ... (6 replies)
... Yeah, messing around with your diet like that can change your stool consistency. Especially if you are going to almost all veggies, messing with fiber supplements, etc. ... (25 replies)
... have you put stool on a card three different times to test for blood? ... (5 replies)
... ued lately too, and my appetite hasn't been as good, though I still have one. As I said earlier though, anxiety plays a big role in the pain I get as well as the consistency of the stool. The more stressed I am, the less formed it is. While this sounds like IBS, that wouldn't explain the blood, which is why I'm worried about cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Stool seems to change in phases. Strange or normal? ... (1 replies)
... but then my bowel habbits have been consistently inconsistent for the past 3 or 4 years, with frequent bouts of diarrhea and constipation. There's really been no consistency in my stools at all. ... (16 replies)
For Cancerdad
Sep 14, 2005
... Oh, one other thing. I was told that because my stoma was a sigmoid that there would be no change in the consistency of the stool from what it had been prior to the colostomy. ... (28 replies)
... When your bowels work in the colostomy bag, are your BMs the same consistency as they were before. Are they hard if that was what you did before or watery if that is normal for you before surgery? ... (6 replies)




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