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#1 anonymousgyrl

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 03:40 PM

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Every morning, I feel the urge to have a bowel movement. This morning I felt the urge and thought my stool would just come out without me having to push so much. However, my stool did not come out; all I did was pass gas. I went back to sleep. Even with me passing gas seems like a struggle because I feel it gets trapped in the anus; I have to push for it and then the gas comes out. I also feel that my stool gets trapped in a certain pouch down there. I have pressure down in my anus/rectum/perineum area. Making it difficult to know if I am finished pooping. Usually, I feel incomplete bowel movements and I do have to go again. But like this morning, if I have the urge to go, sometimes nothing comes out. It also really doesn't matter if my stool is soft like applesauce or formed like a lipstick tube; I usually have to push, and the pressure I feel in my anus/rectum/perineum area is still there.



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Posted 25 September 2015 - 03:56 PM

i don't have this problem but from how you are describing it--stool going down into a pouch--it really does sound like you could have a rectocele like i mentioned in one of your other posts.

 

 

i do hope you can get in to see a good gastro doc (or colorectal surgeon or ob/gyn)  soon and get tested (defecography) to see what's going on down there.

 

my defecogram showed--much to my surprise--that i have a moderately sized rectocele.  i never even knew i had it because it's never given me any problems for some reason.

 

take care. hope you can find some relief.


these are just my own thoughts. for expert medical advice please contact a health care professional.


#3 anonymousgyrl

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 07:10 PM

i don't have this problem but from how you are describing it--stool going down into a pouch--it really does sound like you could have a rectocele like i mentioned in one of your other posts.

 

 

i do hope you can get in to see a good gastro doc (or colorectal surgeon or ob/gyn)  soon and get tested (defecography) to see what's going on down there.

 

my defecogram showed--much to my surprise--that i have a moderately sized rectocele.  i never even knew i had it because it's never given me any problems for some reason.

 

take care. hope you can find some relief.

Thanks...as of 2015 how is your rectocele like?



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Posted 26 September 2015 - 04:37 AM

i've never had any problems from it but that's me. we're all different.  but i've never felt a lump in there or that stool was collecting in there or anything like that.  mine is asymptomatic--sometimes they are.


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