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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics

Question: InComplete or unsatified Stool Discharge


 Girish - Sat Dec 01, 2007 10:48 am

Hi! i am 29 year old male, I am having stool discharge problem from last 3 years...

I do have daily & regular stool discharge but when i go for stool, after small amount of discharge i feel like no more... but after finishing and getting up i again feel like going... I spend 30 to 45 minites in bathroom of this...
Many time i have lite back pains too. I get easy discharge when i get up and rub my back abdomen and stomach...

Still i have the sensation of not empting my bowel.

The day long i have gas with foul smell.

Recently 4 months ago i had severe pain in my stomach and had been diagonsed for having kidney stone problem...

Whats the actual problem? Whats the cure for it? Please help. Girish
 Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat Dec 01, 2007 9:48 pm

User avatar Hi Girish,

The sensation of incomplete bowel evacuation often goes along with irritable bowel syndrome. You may want to see a GI specialist to discuss your symptoms and get a thorough evaluation. This way you can get an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.

Best wishes.

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