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Hey there guys,The last few weeks have been a bit stressful, I've had reocurent bladder infections and the feeling I can't empty my bowel properly. Last friday something started coming out of my bottom when I was trying to go to the toilet. I've since visited several doctors who refused to examine me or examined me for like 5 seconds and said there was nothing wrong, when I've looked in the mirror myself and it certainly looks very worrying! I can only empty my bowel when it is urgent and even then it comes out in thin small pieces because the thing that comes out of my bottom doesn't really allow much room to get things through. I've been trying all week to see a different GP than the idiot who felt for five seconds and suggested I eat more fibre, despite the fact he said he could feel stool in my bowel and I told him I literally didn't have the muscle strength to pass it. The doctors told me to phone up at 8.30 today and I phoned up at 8.33 and all the appointments were gone! gr. So anyway my family are coming to see me tomorrow (I'm at uni) and they've told me they'll take me to the hospital because the doctors here are useless. I'm going to take a photo myself so I can show them I am not lying! I've also had a feel up there and it feels like something has gone wrong, it also feels a bit like my bowel is pressing into the wall of my vagina but it could just be the pressure of whatever the hell is happening down there. I really don't know but something is not right.So symptons:Something dark pinky coloured coming out of my bottom when I try to go to the bathroomDifficulty emptying my bowelPressure feeling in bottom and stomachRandom pains that come and go over abdomen and back (dif to normal IBS)Rectal prolapse? or something else? I guess I'll find out for sure tomorow, has anybody else suffered this and do you have any advice for me, how long does it take to treat, do they do surgery? Right now it is making my life quite uncomfortable and I am worrying constantly.Any help is appreciated!