How i cured my gas incontinence, spotting, bad smell, etc. - Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor - IBS Self Help and Support Group Forums - IBSgroup.org
Advertisement

Jump to content


How i cured my gas incontinence, spotting, bad smell, etc.

leaky gas incontinence spotting bad smell rectal odor fecal odor

  • Please log in to reply
5 replies to this topic

#1 Guest_MarianoZab_*

Guest_MarianoZab_*
  • Guests

Posted 02 March 2018 - 08:14 PM

Advertisement

Long story short, my story is complicated but i´ll make it brief.

 

I had gas incontinence, spotting, bad smell coming out from anus/rectum, etc. for more than 20 years, the problem was weak pelvic floor (sphincters included). I was diagnosed with rectal internal prolapse, mucous prolapse, etc. all of them surgically fixed, those things were not the cause of any of those symptoms.

 

Started doing next exercises and following a diet, problems 100% solved. Resuming a lot here again,10 kilos Kettlebell squats, 10 kilos kettlebell swings. mountain bike. No more than 2 series of 20 squats each, no more than 2 series of 60 swings each. Not less than 1 hour of medium to hard mountain bike, trail style, see internet videos to get an idea. 2 or 3 days of rest a week, nerves and muscles need rest to regenerate and grow and improve efficiency. Some weekends i take a full day to ride. Counting the time i started with REAL mountain bike, then started with the squats and swings (this 2 things are an amazing power up, made everything faster i believe) the good effects took some good months to be evident and really solid. 

 

Info about squats, kettlebell and other exercises here. 

http://www.ibsgroup....my-whole-story/

 

SCIENTIFIC PROOF about the MASSIVE strengthening effect of mountain bike on sphincters (and surely on pelvic floor, but that´s my own theory) here (if the link stops working just search "Impaired anal sphincter function in professional cyclists).

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm...pubmed/17427020

 

About diet, i simply eliminated gluten (it kills me) and everything that gives me even the minor problem like a little stomach swelling. Of the things i can eat, i do it freely, i eat how much i want, nothing fried only boiled, raw, etc but NOTHING FRIED (sometimes i give to temptation, not good). 

 

I don´t answer any question, i´m not a guru, this is what worked FOR ME, if anyone wants to try something similar will have to do it under their own responsibility and with a lot of trial and error. You probably will find in other topics comments in which i mention different numbers of repetitions, etc. like i said before, a lot of trial and error was involved. The repetitions and all that that i state here are the ones i most use. 

 

If this helps even one person then i´m done. Stay strong. 



#2 PokerFace

PokerFace

    Prolific Member

  • Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 482 posts
  • Country:Italy

Posted 03 March 2018 - 04:55 AM

Thanx Mariano!
And thanks for sharing how it does actually take work and dedication rather than just hope it’ll go away on his own

The greatest wealth is health”. ― Virgilio 


#3 Megantrepp

Megantrepp

    New Member

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 1 posts
  • Country:United States

Posted 13 March 2018 - 11:59 AM

Hi there! I read your story regarding how you are healing from IBS and wanted to share it. I am currently in the process of collecting stories about people who have healed naturally and sharing them on my (VERY NEW) website. I believe it would help a lot of folks. Would you be interested in sharing your story? My own story is the only one on there so far. Would love your help!
 
Megan Treppendahl (I'm a legit person, I promise)


#4 Mariano

Mariano

    Regular Member

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 39 posts
  • Country:Argentina

Posted 18 May 2018 - 10:35 PM

I´m the old user MarianoZab (the administrators can check on that, i´m using the same email for registration). The exercises no longer worked, as i feared somehow the muscles of pelvic floor stopped reacting, so my problem is not muscle weakness but nerve, neural, or whatever. i´m 15 days post operated with a sacral nerve stimulator and for now is working. I guess that i´m stuck with that thing, remote control included, to the day of my death. however my doc said there is a slim chance that my body regains normal function after several months of using the device. 
I remember that when tried electroacupuncture i had promising results for a very short therm so that also help me to choose the SNS. 


#5 Mariano

Mariano

    Regular Member

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 39 posts
  • Country:Argentina

Posted 28 December 2018 - 11:22 AM

Little update, everything perfect, doing a normal life and i´m turning on the SNS device rarely, last one was like a month ago (something like that). I´m starting to think that maybe i overreacted and i should been more patient with Poker´s exercises advises before the implant and specially now that i´m doing mountain bike more seriously. 



#6 horizonzero

horizonzero

    Regular Member

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 92 posts

  • IBS Penpal
  • Country:United Kingdom

Posted 08 January 2019 - 05:55 PM

Little update, everything perfect, doing a normal life and i´m turning on the SNS device rarely, last one was like a month ago (something like that). I´m starting to think that maybe i overreacted and i should been more patient with Poker´s exercises advises before the implant and specially now that i´m doing mountain bike more seriously. 

 

You are cured you have some form of life back don't take it for granted 







Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: leaky gas, incontinence, spotting, bad smell, rectal odor, fecal odor


Advertisement

About Us | Contact Us | Advertise With Us | Disclaimer | Terms of Service | Crisis Resources

Irritable Bowel Syndrome |  Inflammatory Bowel Disease |  Crohn's Disease |  Ulcerative Colitis |  Fibromyalgia |  GERD - Reflux Disease


©Copyright 1995-2016 IBS Self Help and Support Group All rights reserved




This website is certified by Health On the Net Foundation. Click to verify. We comply with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information: verify here