Hi. I'm a 23 year old healthy female. In November I started noticing a watery discharge from the rectum.:confused: The answer to the question you probably have, no I haven't had anything near my rectum,just the thought of having anything near that area makes me shreek! :eek:When I can't go to the restroom constantly it gets uncomfy to walk. It's not so watery to wear its in my underwear, It's just a discharge that's clear an sticks to me.I can go to the bathroom an wipe all day long, and 10 mins later I can go back to the bathroom an more has came out. I don't know what this could be. I saw about 4 different ER doctors.One put me on diarrhea medicine when I don't even have diarrhea. I haven't saw blood,but my bowls are different everyday,even the color. I saw a gastro doctor and he put me on a suppository for inflammation of the rectum,but that's just uncomfortable the thought of putting something in your rectum. He gave me 3 samples of the medicine to try an wrote me an rx if it worked. It didn't work! He said he really couldn't tell me what's wrong until I have a colonscopy done. About a month ago,I guess things are just getting worse.I started having really bad left and right side pain and sometimes pain in the abdomen as well. Saw another doctor an she believes I have an anal fissue. An anal fissue that has caused a discharge for 2 months now? :mad:So I tried stool softners and she told me to try mineral oil bc the side pains could be caused my constapation. Still have the discharge!! Saturday night looking in the mirror I now notice a white coat on my tongue with red bumps on the back of it. I don't know if that has anything to do with whats wrong with me. Your gasto tract of your body does start from your mouth to your anus. Ive been so worried,Ive had bloodwork an urine test done so far and everything was normal. My palms sweat all day from me worrying how serious can this be? Noone seems to take me seriously. I don't want this to be cancer an be to late. I dunno Im young and worried.:oReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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