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Rectal Fullness (Definition)

Rectal fullness is a symptom that the rectum is full of stool even though stool ...Read more


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What is the definition or description of: Rectal fullness?

What is the definition or description of: Rectal fullness?

Rectal fullness: Rectal fullness is a symptom that the rectum is full of stool even though stool has already been passed. ...Read more

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What's feeling full in your rectum means????

What's feeling full in your rectum means????

Feeling full rectum: This usually means that the rectum has stools in it and hence you feel that it is full. Passing stools will help alleviate this. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have glucose 90 while feeling full?

Is it possible to have glucose 90 while feeling full?

Normal is normal: I do not get the question. Being normal is normal. Your sugar will fluctuate, but on your time and schedule according to your body's needs. ...Read more

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Having pain in full body or feeling fever as well what I do ?

Having pain in full body or feeling fever as well what I do ?

Virus: Sounds like you have a viral infection. Take some Motrin or Tylenol, (acetaminophen) for the fever and aches, rest and drink plenty of fluids. See your doc if symptoms are not better in the next 3 days. ...Read more

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How come I have a feeling of fullness in top back of my head?

How come I have a feeling of fullness in top back of my head?

Fullness in head: Start with consult with your pcp to review your medications (if any), order workup labs & check your vision. ...Read more

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Can eating too much and feeling full cause erectiion problems?

Can eating too much and feeling full cause erectiion problems?

If not a: Pre-existing problem then no. At most it is a temporary problem as over-eating can cause drowsiness which is not always conducive to a sexual activity. Limit your oral intake and see if that solves your problem. ...Read more

Feeling Of Unfinished Defecation (Definition)

"Complete Spontaneous Bowel Movements" = endpoint of efficacy of ...Read more