I am a healthy slightly overweight 21-year-old female. I have been having 2-3 bowl movements a day. They are very soft and come out in one long piece. I do not have any other symptoms of diarrhea (urgency, nausea, upset stomach). I do not feel sick at all. I haven't traveled anywhere lately. I spend most of my time indoors studying. I have been eating a lot of fiber and peanut butter. (Fiber cereal, peanut butter on Fiber bread, peanut butter on celery, broccoli, ect.)
Could this just be normal for my diet? Should I be concerned about anything?
i think you have been taking alot of fibre too much fibre is not good either i guess.. can i ask why you are on fibre hunt that much...i think you should be fine if you just take what is normal and bowel moments two to three not bad the thing is u are not constipated..so all good dont worry too much girl
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