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Causes Of Frequent Bowel Movements In Children
The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, travel down the tunnel (esophagus), which connects to the stomach, which then empties into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum---the three parts of the small intestine (@25 feet). This empties into the colon or large intestine (about 5 feet), which then becomes the sigmoid colon, rectum and out the anus. So, every morsel eaten ...Read more
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What causes farts that burn and smell and frequent bowel movements? Small amounts of bowel movements each time.
Not Digesting...: 18 y/o Female asks, What causes farts that burn and smell and frequent bowel movements? Small amounts of bowel movement each time. Most likely one is not digesting their foods adequately/ properly. May be Intolerant to some of the gas forming foods (beans, broccoli, cabbage, garlic, onions, ...) they eat w consequential bowel Irritability /Gassiness. See PCP or GI consult for evaluation/management ...Read more
How long after complex salmonella that caused Diarrehea but no vomiting should I have frequent bowel movements? I was hospitalized for a week and a half with colitis from the salmonella and was npo for 2 days then liquid diet for 3 or 4. Then gradual up
can wiping bum alot cause itching I have ibs and havin frequent bowel movements so could it be from that only been sore 1 day could it just be raw?
Yes: Yes, healing skin can itch, a lot. Try using witch-hazel pads and flushable wipes rather than standard paper. ...Read more
I was given two shots of penicillin this morning and now I am haven't very frequent bowel movements. Is this normal?
Antibiotics: Although antibiotics can eventually cause diarrhea, they would not have that effect within the same day of receiving them. There must be another cause of your frequent stools. Perhaps it is related to whatever reason you actually received the antibiotics in the first place. If the problem persists, contact your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Need more info.: There are so many possible causes that I can't list them all here; without more information on other symptoms, I can't narrow it down for you. I'd suggest seeing the doctor for diagnosis and any needed treatment. ...Read more
Depends on you: Frequent is more frequent for you. If you always poop 3 times a day then that is normal for you. If you always poop every other day then that is normal for you. If you are a once a day popper most of the time and all of a sudden you start pooping 6 times a day, then that would be "frequent bowel movements" for example. ...Read more
Several things: These symptoms require a thorough evaluation to find out what's going on and what can be done for you. ...Read more
Yes and no:
Stool is made of electrolytes, water and millions of colonic bacteria. So having bowel movements does take water and bacteria out of your body so that is a cleanse.
For colonoscopies, we also do bowel cleanses which also reduces the methane concentration in the colon eliminating the possibility of explosion with electrocautery. ...Read more
Is there any health benefit in having frequent bowel movements, like twice a day as appose to less frequent, like once every 3 or 4 days? Please explain, thank you very much
Bowel pattern varies: Everyone's stool pattern is different. Some people have 1 bowel movement/day and other people may have bowel movements every 3 to 4 days. The frequency of bowel movements depends on how active you are, your diet and how much water and fluids that you drink. Formed and nonpainful bowel movements are the goal. A probiotic may help with bowel movements. Any blood or hard stools is a problem. ...Read more
Dieting and bowel mo:
Depends on what kind of diet you are on, like low carb diet like atkins you may be constipated, or scanty bowel movements. Hcg diet causes constipation.Reduce calory diet, liquid diet etc all cause fewer bowel movements or constipation due to less bulk in the diet.
So yes you have fewer bowel movements while dieting. ...Read more
What is the question: I cannot figure out what you are asking? Does high fiber cause more frequent bowel movements? Often yes, but not in all people. Is the question if I'm having frequent bm's should I eat more fiber? Maybe. The goal for daily fiber is 25 g per day or more. Check your fiber intake (count for a day or two), then increase as needed to get over 25 g per day. Most people in U.S. Are way below that. ...Read more
My husband has diabetic gut, and he is in deep pain and frequent bowel movements constantly 24/7. I am desperate to find some comfort for?
Go to MD: Dm usually causes gastroparesis and slow intestinal movement, not diarrhea unless it is an overflow diarrhea from chronic constipation and malabsorption. It just does not sound right. If he has bee on antibiotics before, worry about superinfection, or even not. It is best to have a proper diagnosis. ...Read more
See a provider: There are many things that could relate these symptoms. IBS, celiac disease, chron's and many other GI illnesses can cause frequent bowel movements and a resulting vitamin deficiency which can lead to anemia and tiredness. I suggest writing a diary of your bowel movements (how often, consistency- watery/ loose/ normal, other symptoms) and going to see a provider. Good luck! ...Read more
They shouldn't: Two enemas should not have a side effect of frequent bowel movements for a week. It sounds like something else is going on. If you changed your gut flora with the enemas, you might have an overgrowth of unhealthy bacteria which is causing and perpetuating the problem. Consider some probiotics to help the problem. ...Read more
I have been experiencing lower spine/back pain and irregular/painful/frequent bowel movements for over a month and not getting better?
Back pain: See your doctor.... Could be related to your colon or other abdominal structures... ...Read more
My son is 3 but for the past 5 months he's been complaining of his stomach hurting he has frequent bowel movements and they're very loose if not runny?
What could be causing my frequent bowel movements in a morning and then ending in diarrhoea ie loose watery stools?
Is this new?:
Change in bowell habits, with watery stools needs a diagnostic work up.
See your health care provider. ...Read more
I often get horrible cramping and frequent bowel movements about an hour or so after I eat. What area is the food located at after this time?
Variable: Depending on what you eat, it could be in the stomach pouch (this is what doctors call stomach). The food then goes through the small intestine and on to the large intestine, usually 2-3 days, faster with food intolerance. If you have a food intolerance like a gluten enteropathy, food will move faster through the intestines. If you have a food intolerance, you may develop symptoms you describe. ...Read more
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