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Rectal Pain Bowel Movements Twice A Week
Impaction is likely.: Please call your doctor to determine the best cleanout protocol for you based on your medical history. ...Read more
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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Defecation syncope,: Is what you are describing. Significant vagal nerve stimulus from painful defecation or heavy bearing down. This is due to the Insulin resistance syndrome, get checked for this and follow a low-glycemic index diet and get frequent, aerobic exercise. But why so much pain with defecation? You need to see a gastroenterologist to figure this part of it out. ...Read more
Fissure: Severe anal pain caused by a bm which persists after is usually a fissure. ...Read more
I am having rectal pain with a bowel movement, also a sharp but not bad pain in my upper right abdomen that comes and goes. I'm thinking I should see?
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Your rectal pain could be anal fissure, or a hemorrhoid.
your upper abdominal pain could be an ulcer, or your gallbladder.
eat light food, avoid spicy and greasy food, drink a lot of water, and juices, eat fruits and vegetables, eat more fibers, keep your bowel soft,
check with your doctor for some testing ...Read more
I am experiencing anal pain and buttock itch. The following also describe me: Rectal pain and Painful bowel movements. What should I do?
I have severe rectal pain during periods while bowel movement and passing gas. Can u suggest remedy for this situation?
Is it normal to have sharp shooting rectal pain during bowel movement w straining? Only happens during my period. Pain worsens with more pushing.
See doctor: Difficult to speculate without an examination of the rectal area and a pelvic examination. It could be adenomyosis or endometriosis, or just hemorroids, so anything I say is just speculation. At your age it doesn't seem dangerous, so addressing the problem will depend on how serious the problem is to you. ...Read more
Woke to severe rectal pain. Didn't feel constipated but used glycerin suppository in case. Next day had a bowel movement w/ some grayish poop at end?
If persists> see Dr: There are a number of conditions that can cause rectal pain. If the pain occurred only once and you don't have pain on defecating it's possible the pain may be due to Proctalgia fugax. This can be due to spasm of the anal muscles, nerve compression or other causes. If you continue to have symptoms see a colorectal surgeon or GI specialist for a precise diagnosis.> http://bit. Ly/1VI0NUc ...Read more
Pain in anus woke me. Bowel movement brought relief. Felt no lump in anus but when I pushed in a bit on the right I felt a small bb sized. Lump not inside anus but from anus I can push in and feel it?
You're normal: Normal bowel frequency in america fits a bell-curve distribution--once daily stooling is the middle of the curve, but the normal range extends from 3 bowel movements daily to 1 bowel movement every 3-4 days. Assuming your bowel pattern has been stable for some time (in other words, has not recently changed from daily to every three days) then having two bowel movements/week is "normal" for you. ...Read more
I have trouble having bowel movements I only go like twice a week and when I do go I bleed a little what do I do?
Is having a bowel movement only twice a week normal and is it harmful to me in any way? Has been this way since age 14 and I'm now 35.
No pain = okay: If you have no pain and the movements are normal w/out blood, pus, etc. You it could be okay. But I notice you do suffer, so followup w/ the provider who did the colonoscopy for treatment recommendations. Drink adequate water - lots! These other signs are more important than frequency alone. Best wishes! ...Read more
For as long as I remember I have not had regular bowel movements I go maybe twice a week and have gone as long 9 days without one what can I do?
I only have a bowel movement once out twice a week. I've just recently asked someone their opinion and they said it wasn't normal. Any idea the cause?
Probably normal.: Some people have bm only once or twice per week. If this has been your normal pattern and you have no real symptoms no one but your doc can tell you it is not normal. Note to self, do not ask strangers for medical advice. ...Read more
No it is not normal: Not at all.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a very sluggish colon. I only have a bowel movement twice a week a lot of the times. What could have happened?
Maybe normal: Normal bowel frequency in america fits a bell-curve distribution--once daily stooling is the middle of the curve, but the normal range extends from 3 bowel movements daily to 1 bowel movement every 3-4 days. Assuming your bowel pattern has been stable for some time (in other words, has not recently changed from daily to every three days) then having two bowel movements/week is "normal" for you. ...Read more
Every time I do bowel movement I get heavy bleeding from my rectal and it's been going on two weeks continuesly.
I had a bowel movement and came out in a huge mass or pile what does this meab. Happens about once to twice a week. I have ibs.
Is it normal to bleed for over a week once overdue on the Depo-Provera injection? I also started bleeding once after a bowel movement and it wasn't rectal
Normal: Bleeding--spotting or otherwise is a common side effect of getting the Depo-Provera injection but it can also occur from a late injection; if the bleeding persist or does not self resolve you should call your doctor. ...Read more
Rectal bleeding? Blood comes out well after bowel movement. At most hour after. Had sigmoidoscopy done weeks back. Nothing found, no col cancer fam his
Stomach distended always. Bowel movement once or twice a week. Take herbal laxative tea, fiber, fluids but no results. Weight gain.
Possible proctalgia: ... It may mean so much more. What circumstances/activity cause symptoms? Does it awaken you from sleep? Is bleeding or change in bowel pattern also present? What are your risk factors and exposures? Any anal trauma (enemas, intercourse, manual or instrumental insertion)? Responses to these questions will alter the answer. ...Read more
After bowel movements, I go to my desk, sit down and seem to have unpainful spasms, rectal/anal closures, then fine? Concerned as to cause
It may mean you have not completely evacuated
if this is really the case and persistent then sit on the toilet for a minute after you finish to see if you have to go again. ...Read more
Multiple causes: Anorectal disease, such as hemorrhoids, fistula, or fissure, and, of course, benign or malignant growths. You could also have bleeding from a small bowel abnormality called meckel's diverticulum. Other causes include diverticular disease or inflammatory bowel disease. If the blood is dark and not red, it could come from the upper GI tract, such as the stomach. Please seek an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
Constipation: Chronic and moderate severity is causing the rectal bleeding. You need to be aggressive with managing this problem. Else he will suffer from fecal soiling and UTI as a consequence. He will be scared to move his bowels especially with associated abdominal pain and rectal pain. Get him checked by his pediatrician. ...Read more
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