Hello! I am a new to this forum and am looking to get some possible insight from other individuals who also have been diagnosed with rectal prolapse. I have been referred to a surgical specialist however this is not the route I would like to take to have try to cure my rectual prolapse. I have read in multiple blogs that it is important to keep your stool soft to preventing it from worsening. However, regardless of what I eat the beginning of my stool is always hard and extremely difficult to get out. Yet the rest of it is soft. I believe that this is one of the main problems that have cause this to happen. Does anyone have any suggestions of types of foods to eat that will help??? I ate a healthy diet (lots of fruits and veggies and stay away from the fatty foods) but am still experiencing the same problems. Any thoughts or suggestions woulbe GREAT appreciated!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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