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White Lumps In Stool
I have small white corn size (maybe slightly bigger) lumps in my stool. I have no other health issues. Should I be concerned?
Hard to tell: Stool texture (regardless of volume or frequency of movements) is defined by the bristol stool scale (bss), which ranges from 1 (hard, pellet stool) to 7 (loose, watery stool). Normal stool grades a 4 on the bss. On the other hand, "diarrhea" is defined by volume and stool frequency (typically more than 4-5 bowel movements/day). Tell your doctor as well about bleeding, fever, tenderness, & pain. ...Read more
My stool is in small deshaped lumps and porous and sometimes hav to pass stool twice or thrice a day but its not loose wat could b wrong?
My stool is in small drshaped lumps and porous and sometimes hav to pass stool twice or thrice a day but its not loose wat could b wrong?ibs?
In the back wall of the inside of my vagina I dont find any lumps but there's first a thin wall where I can feel stool and above I feel a thicker am tougher wall opposite the cervix. Is that normal?
I saw melted cheddar cheese that i ate in my stool. I also have stabbing pains in abdomen and lumps in rectum? What are the causes?
Need more info: It is unlikely that melted cheddar cheese made it through your intestine unchanged. However, cheese does lead to constipation in a large number of people which can cause abdominal pain. Constipation can also cause thrombosed external hemorrhoid presenting as lumps at the anus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
29 yr old female and constipated for a week. After laxitives my stools are small little soft lumps. Fecal occult blood was neg. Any need to worry?
Constipation: No, nothing you mention is concerning. I expect this will sort itself out soon enough. ...Read more
When laid down i can feel parts of my intestines filled with stool and gas which is painful, is this normal? After defecation, the lumps and pains go.
Pain is not normal : Being able to feel stool pass through your digestive tract is not a problem. This should not be painful however and is therefore abnormal. ...Read more