Sneezing during bowel movement. What are the causes?
I sneeze multiple times when passing stools or rahter in the process of passing. I have not seen an explanation on the net nor been to my doctor but wonderered whether I should. It is not something that has always been the case but a more recent (last 12 months) development and more frquent when...
Having tight bowel movements. What is the cause ?
hi i have 2 year old boy and i got worried about his tight bowel movement..he was exclusive breast feeds but can eat solid food too..he had only his bowel movement once a week with hard and dry stool..what is the cause and what can i help him to get back to normal? please Doctor?
Loose bowel movement. Why is it so smelly?
Morning, wondering if you could help me, every morning for months I have this sudden urge to go to the toilet for a bowel movement it s quite a lot and very loose and is very smelly, pretty embarrassing really. I have spoken with my gp and they said its nothing to worry about. But it is bothering...
Low bowel movement. Home remedy?
hello my name is myrna lafreniere...my son is 15 yrs old and hes had this problem before..he has a very hard time to have a bowl movement..this time it s been over a week now that he hasn t had a bowlmovement..is there anything at home that I can give for fast reliefe..and he s not in any...
Have bleeding after problem with bowel movement
Ok I m pregnant 28 and have been trying to get pregnant by my husband I got pregnant by him 2 times already one miscarriage and one etopic about 8 mouths ago but in my life time I had around 6miscarriage and one child who is nine.I couldn t do a bowel movement for like 3 days and I was pushing to...
This may be due to hemorrhoids or an anal fissure which would be bright red blood. It may be due to diverticular in the bowel which are small bulges in the lining of the bowel which can bleed. It may be due to a growth in the bowel so it is important you see your doctor for tests.
Dr K A Pottinger,
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