For the past few days, i have been feeling small hard gravel like materials passing with my stool. and it has been causing intense pain in my rectum when ever these small gravel like materials pass along with my stool. i dont what are these things and i want to get rid of it at any cost. it has become very painful for me to tolerate this pain when the stools pass. please give me some advice as to what to do with this problem.
I wonder if they might be small gallstones being eliminated. I think you ought to see a doctor and have your stool tested. They can also check you for hemorrhoids or fissures & might prescribe something or offer treatment. You might also consider during this time of painful stools using a baby diaper cream that has a high level of zinc oxide in it.
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