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Constipated, took Ducolax. Very little stool. What can help

I recently became constipated, and took Ducolax but all that cam out was a small amount of stool . It was kinda thick and afterwards only shreds of stool and water from the water I had been drinking. Later that day I thought I was still constipated and took an enema. All that can out was the enema and shredded stool. Later I had yellow diarehha and nothing came out. I Had black eyed peas and a green onion for dinner before I used the restroom. After the diarehha my butt has been burnin. I tried to go today, nothing. I m 14 and very worried, but could it just be my bowels faking me out? And maybe there is no stool to pass?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Dear issac.ray

1. have a high fiber diet .( green vegetables fruits )

2. everynight add metamucil (psyllium husk -dietry fiber supplement )1tsp with a glass of water

3. exercise , it helps with the bowel movements

4. constant wory and anxiety leads to constipation too so try and relax
5. worry of not having stools aslo contibutes
6. drink lots of water

Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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