I'm 44 years old. These two weeks my bowel habits had totally changed. I encountered difficulty in passing motion either only some small round stool or line by line flat stool but not pencil stool being passed out. I feel that my stool is not completely out and therefore feel very uncomfortable something like many stools still stuck inside. No visible blood stool, no loose stool. As I have few intramural fibroids, could these fibroids blocked my stool to release out?? I feel very congested and undigested. How should I improve my conditions or could this due to colon problem?
It's never a bad idea to follow up with a physician- especially if there is any family history of colon/digestive problems. The only thing I can think of is an enema. It's unpleasant but it can loosen any stool that's in the colon which might be making you feel backed up
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