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... Any change in stool or bowel movements can be a cause for concern. Pencil thin stools means something is restricting passage of the stool through the bowel. It can be inflamation, or growths such as hemmoroids or tumors. ... (1 replies)
... Hi I know the answer I will get here will probably not be one I like. I know you guys are not doctors but I need some advice. I posted my story elsewhere but I will reiterate. I went to a christmas party and had too much fun. I ate a plate of ham after being a veggie for a year. I got sick and constipated. Since then I have been having thinner than normal stool. Sometimes... (1 replies)
... Quick question for you, this is gross but I want to know what you think. I am having some weird bowel movements. They are regular and all, but the stool is usually quite thin and can be painful at times, not always. ... (1 replies)

... Over the past few weeks I have been getting worried about changes in my bowel movements. Basically, I have always been regular once a day with the exception of when I eat too much and sometimes need to go twice. ... (1 replies)
... They can have symptoms at that stage, but not much of the time. Always watch for changes in your bowel habits, like the number per day, or the consistency. ... (26 replies)
... would think I would've had to go quite a bit, but didn't, this scared me. Other than that the stool looked normal, in color, in texture, no blood, no pain, no pencil thin pieces, although I did notice the pieces were small and broken up, and like I said their was very little. ... (4 replies)
Back on the Boards
Aug 25, 2006
... I have had bleeding with bowel movements,thin stools,distended abdomen with tenderness of stiffness,fecal urgencies etc. ... (13 replies)
... o Female. For the past couple of months I have experienced a few changes to my bowel movements. ... (68 replies)
... Have you been treated for colorectal cancer? If so, the radiation damage and/or surgery or combination of both CAN lead to neuropathic pain. Rectal cancer can also cause pain if the tumor has grown through the wall of the rectum. If you DON'T have any symptoms of CC, (bleeding rectally, increased number of bowel movements, pencil-thin bm's, ribbon shaped bm's, pain,... (3 replies)
... f so and it came back negative, then you are definitely on the right road with a colonoscopy. Sounds as though it is probably a motility issue... like Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or something to that affect. ... (14 replies)
Could this be CC
Jun 10, 2006
... he should schedule an appointment with a GI. Otherwise, symptoms of CC are flattened or pencil thin stool, bleeding rectally, increased frequency of bowel movements, increased mucous, pain, bloatedness, etc. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am a 28-year-old female, am a bit concerned that I might have colon cancer symptoms, and would LOVE some advice. For the last three months, my bowel movements have been irregular - basically never firm, with intermittent diarrhea. There was bright-ish blood in my stool only once two months ago, and I began noticing pencil-thin stools shortly afterwards. Last week I... (0 replies)
... About two weeks ago, there has been a gradual change in my bowel movement. I'd like to believe that it's just unbalanced digestive issues, however.. I am a little unsure. Possible symptoms of colon cancer? ... (0 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)

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