For the past two times I've gone to the bathroom tonight, there has been white and red things in my stool. Like, there wasn't much regular brown fecal matter, the small round ones I guess, but that's it. Anyway, when I flushed I noticed that one of the white puffy things was sort of stringy and long. This has never happened before and I'm pretty worried about it. I haven't been eating anything weird today, besides an omelet. The day before that, parmesan chicken. I don't eat a whole lot of fiber which I know is a problem, but could this be the cause of it or is it something way more serious?
I'd like to also add that over the years.. well, about the past 2-3 maybe, every month or so my stomach would just start to kill me. I can't really explain it, but it was a horrible pain, and usually would end with me sitting on the toilet for a while, or going back and forth between my room and the bathroom every 10-15 minutes..The stool would usually be diarrhea and after that I'd be completely fine until it happened again. I've been to the doctor and had blood taken and urine tested and all that and nothing came up. I do have a little high blood pressure, but that's all.
sounds to me like you have IBS. i suffer from it and had the exact same symptoms. Still do get them from time to time.. With IBS it can take a while for food to digest so the white and red things may very well be food you dont even have to eat anything red for food to come out of you red. I wouldnt worry to much about it unless your poo is dark nearly blackor has red streaks through it. I suggest you buy an item called 'colpermin' over the counter and take one daily it will really help with your symptoms. If that doesnt work go to your doctor and tell him your symptoms and ask to be put on a drug called "buscopan" it helps with the painful tummy and diaharra. Also cut out any fatty/gressy/spicy foods and alcoholic drinks. They will agravate your stomach. If you symptoms get worse. Go to your doctor and ask to get a scope it will put your mind as ease.
I hope some of what I said helps.