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unable to poop, PLZ help

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 9, 2008
  • 02:47 PM

About a week ago I notice I was not able to stool, saw a bit of blood and having increasing abdominal pain. Soon my doctor told me I have constipation. He told me to take fiber, drink more water and eat some fruits but it seems to be not effective. I have taken Fleet Enema solution but there was no solid stool, just plain small little stools, mucus and of course the solution. After 10 min or so, my butt was in pain and I felt like there was one left but was not able to get it out. A couple of hours later, my stomach would rumble or so i thought it was my stomach. So I tried using Milk of Magnesia but, i still felt that one remaining. I would hear noises from my intestine whenever I eat or drink something. And I would mostly have Diarrhea but my stool would move towards the left instead of downward. I have mostly had diarrhea for the last couple of days now. Even now I still hear the noises every couple of minute or so. What does this mean? Do I have an infection, maybe even hemorrhoids or did I just use too much laxatives? Or is it something else that I should ask my doctor about? Thank you very much.

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  • My mother has had digestive problems where constipation was a major issue for years.... seeked out help from many doctors. The only thing that has helped... and it really solved everything is magnesium/ calcium supliments Calcium can't be absorbed without Magnesium, they go hand in hand. If you can get it in a powder form it's the best and absorbs quickly. Here's a # for a good one that I found "Cal- Absorb" 1-888-857-7841. Good Luck!
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