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Constipation, discomfort, white stringy stool. Any advice?

Hi. I have had a bowel movement problem for some time now. For the last several days it s been hard for anything to come out. I used preparation h a couple nights ago because of discomfort (itching) and just a moment ago I had a VERY small bowel movement. When I got up I saw this white string clear stuff practically attached to the stool . I didnt notice any movement, since my first thought was worms , then I thought about the preparation h i used. Any advice would be thankful!
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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change your diet habit with fibre content and leafy vegetables and greens. No artificial or tinned food . consume oats and broken wheat porridge or boil broken whet with vegetables. if you are in stressful life learn yoga. and there are certain yogas will releive constipation
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