I have never had a probelm like this before until a couple of months ago. I go to the restroom, lasting 30 mins or longer. After my B.M., which I clean myself very well, I can feel some leakage and my undershorts and my reg clothes are wet. This last about a day or so, then Im fine...
I dont have a BM everyday, but I have recently starting taking FIBER and B-12.
Is there anything out there that can make my system regular where I have BM everyday.
I have a similar issue (just posted as "grouseman" on 11/01) I don't see any postings to your question, but have you found anything outside of this forum to answer your question? The dampness remains with me until I can take several showers in the same day. The length of time for my first bm is as long as 45 minutes and I will have 3 to 4 bm's before I feel that all is passed and I can start my day without worry. Hope your doesn't get any worse.
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