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Thin Stool
Sep 15, 2006
... A thin stool can be caused by an anal stricture, or anal stenosis. The muscle tightens up. I have had this and it was because I had an anal fissure. ... (3 replies)
Thin Stool
Sep 14, 2006
... I feel perfectly normal, but the stool business has been bothering me so I went and saw my doc today and got an exam. ... (3 replies)
... Well you see the doctor said that most think of being backed up as fecal impaction but only in the rectum...but he states that its common for stool to first become impacted in the right side of the colon. ... (8 replies)

... m but me being the worrier that I am, I started to look up constipation with blood on the internet and start to find that it was a symptom of Colon Cancer. I was very scared. This was all last February. ... (1 replies)
... although...something is still up! I still have super limited and VERY thin stool... ... (6 replies)
... Neither before my cancer diagnosis nor after did have them much at night - like, if I had 3- 5 episodes of this "glowing/flushing" feeling per day, that last maybe 5 - 10 seconds, perhaps one of them per week would be at night, at the most - so a very small % would be at night. And nothing like soaking clothes or pjs or bedsheets or anything. I didn't have them at all... (14 replies)
... i got a question that i hope i can get a responce to. in has to do with having thin stools, which i know could very well be a sign of colon cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know if this will reasure you, but I also have every single symptom you have (except for the recent very thin stool). But, I had a colonoscopy done fewer than two years ago (my dad died in 2001 from colon cancer so I had one as soon as I could) and there were no polyps or anything that looks even remotely hazardous. So, since polyps are slow to grow, and slow to... (4 replies)
... I have had thin stools since Wednesday. Here is the background. ABout a month ago, I started experiencing constipation. My rectum hurt because I could not go to the bathroom. ... (8 replies)
... ked why I was coming in, then the receptionist put me through to the nurse who started talking to the doctor. My doctor then told me to go to the ER because I am very dehydrated. My doctor was right, I was dehydrated and needed a lot of fluids. ... (9 replies)
Soft flat stools
Aug 15, 2013
... Eventually I went to the doctor and he gave me some laxative. This turned my stools soft and allowed me to go a little, but every stool either comes put long and very thin, or flat. ... (0 replies)
... g paranoid and a bit of a hypochondriac. I will explain my case in pointers hoping I can get some feedback and positivism to ease my extreme anxiety. Oh, I am a very healthy fit 41 year old male. ... (6 replies)
Dec 29, 2011
... very small amounts each time, or just passing mucus. Stools are very thin, a little darker than normal, sometimes foamy, sometimes something like onion skin is there. I have seen my doctor and had blood and stool tests. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I am a 20 year old that is worried of having colon cancer. I first noticed changes in my stool a few months ago. I've had health problems off and on..7 surgeries, kidney stones, etc .. nothing like this though. ... (1 replies)
Blood in stool
Feb 18, 2011
... times a day. Stool has been smaller then normal and a bit darker and this morning it was pencil thin with a flat side colour was light brown with a few red spots. ... (0 replies)
... Stools are becoming thinner, not pencil thin but noticeably thinner than normal. ... (5 replies)
... I've been having abdominal problems for months, but couldn't get much help without medical insurance. The insurance has just kicked in. I was diagnosed with colon cancer in my teens. As luck would have it, the doctor who treated my grandfather's fatal colon cancer stepped in to do my appendectomy when my doctor wasn't available. Knowing the family history, he was... (2 replies)
... This is not really the place for advice like this, simply because you are going to hear from people who currently have colorectal cancer. What you need to understand, and what I am finally beginning to, is that many gastrointestinal issues mimic other issues (i.e. the symptoms of a benign issue is very similar to that of a malignant source). I am going to a... (5 replies)
... As this week continued it really seemed like I was eating much more than was coming out and I was feeling bloated because of it. I was taking stool softeners through the week and drinking lots of water without things changing. ... (5 replies)
... the blood to hemmroids, which sometimes shows up on the TP as bright red streaks. I need to clarify that I am not really passing blood per say, but somtimes the stool has what appears to be blood attached to it, for a lack of a better word. ... (2 replies)

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