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Old 10-06-2010, 01:08 PM   #1
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Involuntary release of gas :(

Hi Everyone,

Let me just say, this forum looks great and is full of helpful people who can hopefully help me.

I've recently run into a problem.

It seems a am involuntrily releasing fart gases whilst sitting on the bus. What I feel is what is best described as 'ring sting' as this is happening and can actually smell it. (As well as other people!)

My morning routine is as follows: I get up and have porridge with milk and a cup of tea. I then do a number 2 and jump in the shower, get dressed and straight out the door. This all happens in about 30-40 mins.

This only really happens on the bus, for the first 30 minutes and clears uyp for most of the day and has recently only happened after I decided it would be best to have breakfast before work. (I never was a breakfast person).

So could it be the breakfast? The number 2? I used to do them before sleep at night but thought it 'cleaner' just before my showers in the morning.

 
Old 10-13-2010, 10:58 AM   #2
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Re: Involuntary release of gas :(

Any advice?

 
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Re: Involuntary release of gas :(

It's probably from what you ate yesterday. Eating in the morning is just making things start moving.

 
Old 11-01-2010, 03:43 PM   #4
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Re: Involuntary release of gas :(

Ok but I obviously can't stop eating the day before . Besides I'm not sure it's normal to fart involunteraly like that.

 
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