Hi there, for some time now I have been having cow pat type stool, it tend to be on and off, when passing it, it feels solid only when i glance down i notice its like cow pat. I cant really say its diarrhea as it is normal colour and has defined edge ie not mixed in with the water already in the toilet bowl. It this something to worry about, I have been stressed alot over the last few months and have smoked alot of cigarettes? Any advise would be appreciatedView Thread
Ok so for 2 weeks not my stomach has been growling a lot more so after eating I also have alloy of gas and diarrhea. This is ongoing for 2 weeks. I have went to the doctor and done stool samples all came back normal but the issue still persists I have to go back to the doctor on Monday again. Can somebody shed some light on what this could be. I'm starting to really get worried.
Hi There, For about a week now I have been having Diarrhea, stomach rumbling and increased gas. I dont get stomach cramps. I find soon after I eat I have diarrhea. I am eating as I always have ie. no change to diet. I visited the doctor and did a stool sample (awaiting results), He gave me Imodiuom which doesnt seemed to help much even though this has helped with the gas and rumbling so what. Anyone got any ideas? Background Info: Im 26yo male, I smoke, healthy enough diet eat fruit and drink alot of water. Do not drink any drink with sugar.View Thread
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