hello all... i suffer from anxiety/stress i am a 22 year old male eat okish... not overweight exercise a bit.
last nice i passed a normal stool no pain no issues no worries.... but this morning i woke up with lower abdominal pain and tar like stool? it was either very dark brown or black couldnt tell.... i am just curious cause my stool last night was fine... and then this morning it was just horrible along with the sharp abdominal pain things i ate after my stool last night was a slice of chocolate cake , cup of tea, 2X 340ML of jack daniels and coke and thats it.... i RARELY drink as well...and i dont smoke anyone know of this cause also my stool thing morning was diarrhea and after passing it my stomach doesn't hurt anymore...but it still feels uneasy..
any help would be great..
i also had a recent colonscopy for blood in stool was just a anal fissure.
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