Hi! I am new to this forum and was recently referred to a surgical specialist because I have been diagnosed with rectal prolapsed. I would prefer to refrain from having surgery and was would like some input of how to help prevent symptoms from worsening/ or cure it all together. I have read in multiple different forums that it is important to keep your stool soft. I have issues with this, as it always seems that the very beginning of my stool is extremely hard and difficult to pass, yet the rest is soft. I eat very healthy (lots of fruits and veggies, I stay away from the greasy stuff) but nothing helps! Does anyone have suggestions on what to eat to or what I should do to try to soften the beginning of my stool?? Thank you!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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