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I am passing stool 3-4 times a day.After passing its fine and after sometime i feeling pressure and pass stool again.Some uneasiness in anus?bloating?
At 29 years of age: the most likely diagnosis is Internal Hemorrhoids however IBS -D should be considered and to make that diagnosis SOME testing will be necessary. Try OTC hemorrhoidal suppositories ..see if that helps! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
For the past 10 days I am having to go to bathroom multiple times in the morning with burning anus, bloating & gas? Is it food poisoning?
Gastroenteritis.: This sounds like acute gastroenteritis - nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pains, fever, chills and sweats are all possible components of this. Could be viral or food-borne, BUT I'd think this is lasting too long, unless you tell me that you ate fried rice before this started as there's a bacterium in fried rice that can cause symptoms for upwards of 14 days. But you may need a CT scan now. ...Read more
Soft mushy stool burning anus gas bloating and some lower stomach pain while pressing on lower tummy green/brown in color some floating grease residue?
SoundsLikeARealGas..: First of all don't go near an open flame. Next, your symptoms sound potentially serious enough to warrant a little jaunt to your friendly neighborhood ER or Urgent Care, or at least your own doc tomorrow. This could all be something that blows over in another day or two and you could wait if you want to, but if it's still as awful as it sounds, why take a chance? You are passing fats and bile. ...Read more
Pressure in lower pelvic. Area and anus with gas bloating and a little constipation. What could this be?
Constipation: You are describing what sound like mild symptoms. Feces are loaded with bacteria. The longer it stays in the bowel, the more gas the bacteria produce, and the pressure builds. Your body works on moving it through the pipeline, so the cramping and flatulence will occur. Your profile also lists that you have celiac disease. Did you accidentally eat gluten? Be well. ...Read more
Lots if gases, bloating and when stool (normal but with mucus) reaches the anus i find strain to release it where it goes back and forth .. What is it?
Lowerpelvic pain, constant urination/bowels, bloating, pressure on cervix&anus when i sit up, no vaginal lubrication, all started when ttc. Causes?
Sometimes unable to fully(or at all) empty stool even if it's soft. When it happens bloating pain and small amounts of anal leakage throughout day?
Dear sir/madam may i ask to recommend me a way which heal bloating ... I think the anus is inflammated and she has abdominal pain..
Jaguar,: See a gastroenterologist to rule out crhn's disease. ...Read more
Can u plz suggest me a gud med for G.I prob (acidity, reflux, bloating). Is Rabeloc 20 effective or Facid 40? Thank you.
PPI therapy: All PPI therapy can help with GERD; however, get checked for H. pylori infection. ...Read more
I have bloating and digestive discomfort. What are facts re: g.I. Cleanse products? Safe? If so which one is recommended and how often can it be done?
C GI specialist: B4 u self treat. Get a firm diagnosis and follow the recommendations of the examining specialist. There can b many causes and some self rx may b dangerous. ...Read more
Maybe IBS, but...: The GI tract has a very limited # of symptoms to signal its distress--nausea/vomiting, diarrhea/constipation, bloating, pain, fullness, bleeding, etc. As you know, many of these characterize ibs, but are also seen with inflammatory, infectious, ischemic, malabsorptive, and functional disorders. Directed lab work, imaging, biopsies, stool studies are appropriate in excluding non-ibs pathology. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: A person who feels bloated (in the tummy) all the time is not normal, especially if the bloating is new. A doctor can evaluate to figure out the cause. Problems can be due to eating things the person cannot digest. Some parasites cause bloating. More serious causes of bloating include a build-up of fluid in the abdomen due to kidney disease, liver problems, heart failure, abdominal cancers, etc... ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Bloating usually means excess gas or stool in the intestines. Sometimes it means slow emptying of the stomach. Avoiding, or getting rid of, constipation is important. This can be done with lifestyle changes, dietary improvements, otc laxatives, and prescription meds. Lactose intolerance and eating excessive fiber both cause more gas. The doctor can make sure there's not a tumor blocking things. ...Read more
Yes: Depending on the procedure and to the extent that the intestines were manipulated can effect the bowels motility. In addition bed rest (decreased ambulation), dehydration, and narcotic pain meds also slow things down. Address these later items and you should see your bloating resolve and regular bms return. ...Read more