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When I'm Done Going to the Bathroom I Always Feel More

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Hi, when I have a bowel movement I always feel like theres more and it won't come out. So constantly I feel like I have something in my colon. I never feel like its completly emptied. Crying or Very sad this has been bugging me forever and I really want to find out whats wrong. Can someone please help?!
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First Helper ripleym
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replied July 5th, 2004
Is it possible that you have haemorrhoids? I.E. Do you bleed at all after you have been?

I had a similar complaint not so long ago, but sorted it fairly quickly with a steroid cream that my doctor gave me.
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replied July 5th, 2004
No I don't bleed at all when I go to the bathroom. When I go most of the time I go and only small peices come out and then it feels like nothing else will come. Sometimes bigger peices and longer peices do come out but then I still feel like I have more that won't come out.
Thanks for replying Smile
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replied July 17th, 2004
to Riplym
Riplym could I have hemorriods even if I don't bleed?
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replied August 6th, 2004
Hi I always feel like this after i've been to the bathroom. You must drink lots and lots of water to keep your stools loose.
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replied August 16th, 2004
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From what I understand (i'm a lay person), there are lots of reasons why this may happen. I'd go ahead and discuss it with your general physician or make an appointment with a gi specialist if your insurance allows you to do so without a referral. Has anything else changed recently, diet or medications?
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