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In reply to Ally. In December I hung on for three days and I said to my wife ‘I am going to the urgency department’ because it was agonizing but I hung in there. Possibly a lot of us have some medical problem but constipation is not a disease. I feel very sorry for people who suffer this on a regular basis.
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I had it once after contracting Salmonella poisoning in Paris, after so much diarrhoea everything backed up and I pushed too hard causing a worse problem, lesson learned and I would ask for a suppository straight away if it ever happened again.

I really do think that diet is a key factor in these problems.
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Le Démerdeur wrote:
Mon Feb 08, 2021 8:23 pm
I had it once after contracting Salmonella poisoning in Paris, after so much diarrhoea everything backed up and I pushed too hard causing a worse problem, lesson learned and I would ask for a suppository straight away if it ever happened again.

I really do think that diet is a key factor in these problems.
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ICHABOD wrote:
Mon Feb 08, 2021 8:16 pm
In reply to Ally. In December I hung on for three days and I said to my wife ‘I am going to the urgency department’ because it was agonizing but I hung in there. Possibly a lot of us have some medical problem but constipation is not a disease. I feel very sorry for people who suffer this on a regular basis.
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I was in hospital for 8 of those 9½ days, for another reason. I brought it to a doctors attention on or around day four. She said she'd prescribe something. If she did or not, I don't know. That Saturday night will live with me forever.
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I think anyone who has this problem would agree with your last sentence Ally.

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For all you bum sufferers, new on the market (soon) the portable bidet

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Polarengineer wrote:
Sat Feb 13, 2021 12:05 pm
For all you bum sufferers, new on the market (soon) the portable bidet


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I read that and thought, what the hell is a bum surfer? The bog mindles.
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AIIy wrote:
Tue Feb 09, 2021 4:39 pm
I was in hospital for 8 of those 9½ days, for another reason. I brought it to a doctors attention on or around day four. She said she'd prescribe something. If she did or not, I don't know. That Saturday night will live with me forever.
That reminds me, I'm probably due yet another colonoscopy this summer...

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Plog wrote:
Sat Feb 13, 2021 1:00 pm

That reminds me, I'm probably due yet another colonoscopy this summer...
Is that an occupational hazard when flying in from Columbia or other drug dens?
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If the doc just has a wee peek, is that a semicolonoscopy?
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