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Stomach pain in the morning, sticky stool. Help

I am suffering from IBS as described by a couple GI docs. I have had numerous tests including this past Wednesday. I have bad stomach pain especially when I get up in the morning. Right now a have very sticky stool that has to be manually removed with my finger and I still don t get it all. It s impossible. Yesterday I had hard, small marble stool that was removed the same way. I can pass a little at a time then it back to this. I have seen 4 GI specialists and nobody can tell me anything and all tests come back ok. Can someone PLEASE HELP with my sticky stool problem and others listed? Anything. I have tried miralax and many others. I feel bloated, pressure in my throat , feeling of incomplete evacuation and it is very embarrassing. I think I put a fecal odor at time as people have made comments like... did someone fart ...? It is so sticky I can turn my finger upside down and I still have to remove it with TP. I can t live like this.... It s been over 7 years. Please, any advice from anyone?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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