Im experiencing anal leakage. At first I thought it was a mal absorption of a nutrient because of the flatulence. I took digestive enzymes and the flatulence reduced but I still have the anal leakage. I even got a blood examination for intolerance's and according to that I am not intolerant to anything.
This leads me to think that it has something to do with my body, which is the first thing that I thought. Is there any diagnosis for anal leakage, and is there a treatment to cure it?
It started after a 2 month period of switching to vegetarian eaiting, on and off. I thought it was the beans, and I stopped them for three weeks, and I still had the uncontrollable gas, and anal leakage. Now its been brought to my attention that soy causes gastro problems, for a number of reasons ( Dr Mercola, "soy is not a health food" youtube - look it up). One thing I started eating that was new was Tofu, and soy milk. Plenty of it. Perhaps this is what is causing it. Ill lay off that for a wile and see what happens.
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