My stool is soft/runny every morning. I seem to pass food within 10 - 14 hours after consumption. I have no pain. I have bowel movement 2 -3 times every morning until empty. I eat very little starch. I eat mostly meats. I eat mostly one meal a day - I also have one or two drinks with my evening meal. I very seldom eat during the day - mostly after 8pm at nite; then I can eat pretty heavy. My weight is 205 lbs and I am 6' 1". I do have firm stools once in awhile but within the last year I am probably 90% plus soft/runny.xx
My gastrointerologist said that whatever is normal for me is not necessarily normal for anyone else. If this is the way you have always been, I wouldn't be concerned about it. If it just started recently then you might get concerned and tell your doc.
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