Passing stools several times a day
Hello Doctor , I am 26 year old female. From past one week i have been passing stools after everytime i eat anything. Morning as soon as I get up i pass stool, then later after every food intake like breakfast, lunch - i pass stool. Is something worng? please advise.
Constipation, passing stool with mucus and blood, foul smelling stool
HI Since Sunday I have felt constipated I had not gone to the bathroom for 3 days other than passing mucus either with threads of blood in it or very brown and very foul smelling. I then felt like I was having diarrhoea with abdominal cramps but just passed what was like rabbit droppings, that...
Light and flaky stools, clay like stools. Concerned
Im just about two and a half weeks into eating healthier, and going to the gym for 1 hour per day. I ve noticed that my stool is very light and flaky, almost like sawdust. It passes easily, which is better than before because before I had more claylike stools . Ive been trying to get better at...
Abdominal cramps, blood in stools, urinating. Need help
I had severe abdominal cramps for 48 hours followed by bowel movements-not diarrohea.I noticed blood on the tisse once and then passed a small amount of bright red blood.I have to rush to toilet soon after eating since the above episode usually preceded by abdominal discomfort.I have several...
after drinking red wine next day stool colour changes why.
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
The wine which absorb in stomach usually and duodenum pass into the liver for metabolism . The unabsorbed wine passes in large intestine hence in stool , that why color of stool is changed. Good luck.
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