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Extremely Sore Boule Movements

Please offer advice, I have about 2-3 BM's per day.  I am an extremely active tennis player and very much into bodybuilding so I eat very healthy foods; I eat 5-6 times per day at the same time every day +/- 30 minutes.  I have been told I have had fishers before but havent had any problems in a year or so.  Over the past three days my movements have been extremely painful and very thin (ribbon like); but alot of it.  The color is normal howevcer the water is bloody afterwards, and the pain is extrusiating.  I hae to strain beyond belief to get it out.  Is this perhaps something that will pass?  Today I am going to take in only liquids and some metemucil to see if that helps.  Please help.
Thanks..James
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Sounds like you have hemmroids.  To help you be a little less constipated, taking metamucil would be a good start.  You might also want to take a couple Colace per day.  This is a stool softner that you can get over the counter.  Also try to increase your water intake.  If things don't get better in a few days, I highly recommend you see a colon rectal specialist, especially since you've been told in the past that you have fissures.  Best of luck to you.
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Thank you Base_Ball Mom...James
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You are quite welcome.  I've had lots of experience with this.  I've gone through 4 surgeries to try and fix my problems.  I've had problems ranging from Perianal Cyst to Hemmroidectomy.  So if you have any other questions, please feel free to ask.

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