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Difficulty in passing stools, holding pressure of urine to clear stools. Is it due to alcohol?

Many problems are appearing now a days. All I can t explain bcoz they R a lots of. Main problem unsatishfied stool & urine . I can t sleep @ night for a long long time. Last 7-8 yrs I was drinking every nit. And at morning I was drinking a lot of water every day & holding the pressure of urine for clear my stool, but there was no result. Now im trying to leave the ha habit of brink but I can t sleep. My life is going like hell. I m 29 year old male.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

THE CAUSE FOR INCREASED PRESSURE FOR PASSING STOOLS MIGHT BE.
1. EXCESSIVE HARDENING OF STOOLS
2. DECREASED RELAXATION OF ANAL SPHINCTORS DUE TO AUTONOMIC PROBLEMS
3. DECREASED WATER INTAKE
4. DECREASED INTAKE OF ROUGHAGE OR FIBER DIET.
5. INCREASED ABSORPTION OF WATER FROM COLON CAUSING EXCESSIVE CONCENTRATION OF STOOLS

RECOMMENDATIONS.
1. USING LACTOLUSE SOLUTIONS HALF HOUR BEFORE PASSING STOOLS

IF YOUR PROBLEMS DOES NOT SUBSIDE THEN CONSIDER
1. COLONOSCOPY TO RULE OUT OTHER PROBLEMS.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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