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Have thin stools, straining to pass stools. Worried

Hi, I am a 24 year old female, no family history of colon cancer that I am aware of. I have recently been having thinner, slightly flattened, short stools . No pain, no blood, but it does seem I have to strain a bit more than usual to have a BM. This worries me because I my stools have never looked like this before. I do not smoke and do not drink. Any advice?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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you need not worry about it.
our bowel habit eg.stool frequency,consistency may change as normal variation.
as we change our food many a times subconciously.
beside that it also depends upon mental status.
so it can problem.
at your age colon cancer is rare.
if you are feeling strain at stool then take 2-3 table spoon of isphagula husk with a glass of water before going to bed for 2weeks.
sleep with no anxiousness.
wish you a nice sleep.
good luck.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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