I admit this is a little embarrassing to talk about, but I've been having problems with my bowel movements for a while now and its starting to really worry me. For about 2 to 3 months now I've had bowels of all sorts. Runny and watery looking with mucus, tiny pencil sized, sometimes almost yellow cow pie looking, and every once in a while ill have a hard stool but its not that wide and is quite hard for me pass. Also a lot of the time it looks like I'm not fully digesting the food and can see pieces of food in my stool. Sometimes my stools look all grainy too. A lot of the time too its quite hard for me to pass gas, like i have to strain a little to get it out. I hope you can give me some sort of idea on whats going on with me because this is really freaking me out
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