Flat Bowel Movements?

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A flat bowel movement could be a symptom of stress, hemorrhoids, bowel disorders, irritable bowel syndrome or cancer. The only way to figure out what is causing your condition is to speak with your doctor. Your doctor will want to review your medical history and order a few tests. The tests will normally be blood work, stool sample and urine test. After getting the results, the doctor will discuss his findings with you and he will set up a treatment plan.
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You should have one or two bowel moment a day. It should be brown to light brown, formed but not hard or too soft, cylindrical but not fattened on any side, fairly bulkly and full
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It could mean a lot of things. It is best to go and have it checked out and find out what is going on. The test isn't cheap either. Hope you have insurance.
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1. Each morning when you get up early is the best time to do this. If you cannot do this every morning every other day will work until you feel you are regulated, and do not feel
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1 Make sure to eat at least 3-5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Adding sliced strawberries on top of your morning cereal, having an apple for a mid-morning snack, and eating
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