I've had a change in my BM a few months ago. I just wrote a long letter but lost it so I have to write it all again. It has become very light in color, bulkier, smellier, a lot mor of it. It also burns somewhat when I go. I also go 3-5 times a day & when I feel like I have to go, it's urgent. I took some anti-diarrhea medicine for a few days & nothing changed. Then a few days ago it started looking darker & less of it but all the other symtoms (symptoms) stayed the same. Now I've seen blood when I wiped the last 2 times. My stomach also keeps making noises all the time & has a weird feeling, not hurting really but uncomfortable. I'm also tired all the time day & night, I could sleep day & night & I have sometimes. I also get the chills once in a while but I don't have a fever. My sister thinks it could be a parasite, my daughter mentioned a cilacia disease (?). I'm really getting worried.
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