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    Old 04-02-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
    Florinel22
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    Incomplete evacuation, mucus

    Greetings,

    It's very nice to find a community of understanding people, people who have been through the same things. Please excuse my English, I'm not a native speaker. I am 25, about 181cm tall and 78kg. I've always been extremly active, until these problems appeared. I have never had any problems with constipation my entire life, until November last year. It had a psychological cause, I had someone staying at my apartment for about a week and I couldn't go (I have a mild case of shy bowel syndrome, but this never happened before). Things got bad, I went to the hospital and had multiple enemas and of course the famous Miralax administered. They also did enemas with Miralax. Nothing worked (as i was eliminating only water) except mineral oil, which helped me eliminate the waste gradually in a couple of days.

    After that, nothing was ever the same. I used to go 2-3 times a day, no symptoms. Now I go 2-3-4 times in the morning, and it's a mushy Bristol 5-6. Sometimes the first stool is formed, but the second, third etc. are ALWAYS loose. I often feel incompletely evacuated. In the afternoon, I feel the need to go after I eat. Many times, I can't, and if I do..it's hard small stools or just translucid mucus. And of course, incomplete evacuation. And the evening I get pain and gas as well. I've also noticed that milk and dairy, which I used to eat in large amounts give me gas and bloating. I stoped eating them of course, but my symptoms barely improved.

    How can I possibly have two large Bristol 5-6 in the morning and feel constipated in the afternoon/evening? Is it possible that those enema might have "pushed" some fecal matter into the small intestines, and i have SIBO as a result?

    I had a colonoscopy, everything was in order.

    Thank you

    Last edited by Florinel22; 04-02-2015 at 12:36 PM. Reason: Grammar

     
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