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    Digestive Disorders bowel movment.
    An_246031 posted:
    am 26 years old ummarried, I always have problem while eating in between i have bowel movment and i go to bathroom. I am also feeling hungry but i cant eat full stomach. Every morning when i get up immidiatly run for bathroom and then after some times go back second time, i get irritation and pain on my ructum and anul, my color of stool is mixed some part very dark black and rest are brown i see bees and tomatos some times. when i go three times i feel so tired and lazy i am always worried in my office scared of eating food on times and that has spoiled and food routing.
    I was told my doctor to do Colonoscopy and endoscopy There was no symptom found only one acid Problem.
    I want to be healthy like before it is very embarrasing in daily routing donot enjoy while eating.
    Please guide me some tips what can i do to reduce and remove this out of my life.
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