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i eat mostly kosher food....... is it the problem?
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cogniben posted:

every morning when i wake up i get a sudden urge to do number 2 and most of the time i don't make it to the toilet in time. it is getting to the point where it is frustrating. also getting angry or upset about it. i need to know what is causing the problem. is it kosher food or sugar that is causing the problem. a weak digestive system making it hard for the body to create solids when it comes out? if anyone here can help me find a over the counter medication to help me wake up in the morning without accidents that be great. i do eat a lot of kosher food where i live, is that the problem? i live in a boarding home, owned by jewish people. so i myself not jewish. need a lot of help in this area, thank you.

chris
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MichalDenis responded:
Kosher food is not harmful. It is not because you are eating kosher . You might be having any health problem you should consult with a doctor.
 
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cogniben replied to MichalDenis's response:


thanks for the response. it turns out that i needed to take anti diarreah pills one a night in order to wake up and have plenty of time to go to the bathroom. the stool is more solid and the body is working where i don't have to rush anymore, and have no more accidents.
 
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MichalDenis replied to cogniben's response:
It is a good thing that you have consulted with doctor. Because kosher food is very hygienic and pure. I am also eating kosher food from my childhood I never have such problem.
 
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MichalDenis replied to cogniben's response:
It is a good thing that you have consulted with doctor. Because kosher food is very hygienic and pure. I am also eating kosher food from my childhood I never have such problem.


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