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I've tenesmus a year, colonoscopy, pelvic tomography and magnetic resonance normal, did 3 rubber band ligation for tiny hemorrhoids. It would be ibs?

Tenesmus. Definition of "tenesmus" = ineffectual ; painful straining at stool. Rectal dysfunctional, ;for that matter constipation in general, can reflect a variety of problems that should be systemically evaluated ; treated. Anorectal manometry, defecography, ; rectal ultrasound +/- biopsies to rule out hirschprung's should be considered. Ibs is a diagnosis best made only after excluding all other causes. Read more...
After the tests. Hello, After all tests are done, if you are left with that sinking feeling that nothing is really diagnosibly wrong with you yet your symptoms are worse than ever, consider the global artistry of bowel health is not always about diagnosis but rather about the practice and strategic approach to a better functioning bowel. I believe your treatable issue will likely take more than a quick tip. Read more...