Question! Do you feel like you have to "go" all the time, and don't?

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heidilynnm3
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:03 PM (GMT -6)   
I am sure there has been this question here before, but my complaint is of course the pain, and the severe bloat that I have. I constantly feel like I need to have a bowel movement, but I don't. I am not constapated(sp?), I do go to the bathroom at least once a day.
The other problem is that my butt burns like a son of a gun!!!!!! shakehead My GI doctor called today, but I was out. He will be calling me back tomorrow. Just curious.
 
What are the symptoms that all of you get?

TakillRa
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:11 PM (GMT -6)   
same thing as you, although as of lately, the remicaide seems to be helping.
4 years with crohn's
starting remicade
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39 years old with a lovely 8 year old daughter
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chrisnsteph1022
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:13 PM (GMT -6)   
It's called tenesmus.
Stephanie
dx April 2003, in remission 2004-December 2010
Apriso, dicyclomine, Entocort, Cipro, Flagyl, Percocet, Zofran
Severe Crohn's throughout the colon
Starting Cimzia soon

ivy6
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:15 PM (GMT -6)   
And I believe it comes with perianal disease.

This burning: is it inside the rectum, or outside, on the skin surrounding the anus?
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heidilynnm3
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:17 PM (GMT -6)   
It feels like it is burning inside. It hurts!!!
Meds currently on: Lamictal 350 mg, zoloft 200 mg, klonopin 1 mg tid, serequelxr, 100 mg, tramadol 300mg, hydrocodone 7.5mg

Lots of womenly issues, Fibro in process of being diagnosed, possibly chrons disease, Work injury, severe chronic pain in back

"This too shall pass"

artist guy
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:37 PM (GMT -6)   
I get that with bile that comes out. I was thinking of bottling it and selling as varnish remover, mind doesn't stink because of so much papaya's that I eat, so nobody would know it was bile. I always had gas as teen, I was a surfer when I was 13-19, but on the way to the beach with buddies I would have to fart and I grab a liter and fart into liter and blow a big flame, man my buddies thought that was the greatest thing since the invention of the wheel. this was pre cd.    now don't think to hard, I kept my briefs on. good times yeah

big betty
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   Posted 1/26/2011 7:09 PM (GMT -6)   
Artist, you crack me up! Thanks, I needed a laugh. Heidilynnm3, doesn't sound like much fun down there where the sun won't shine--hope you feel better soon.

artist guy
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   Posted 1/26/2011 7:17 PM (GMT -6)   
heidi, inall seriousness, it is painful, I know. what I tell myself, it's the cd talking. I hope it stops or lets up abit. I want my secum valve back

heidilynnm3
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   Posted 1/26/2011 7:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh my gosh Artist guy, you are tooo funny! LOL
Thanks so much for the info so far. I am looking into also changing my diet. It is a scarey thing! I don't eat a lot of high fat food, but I do love my breads, soda, and coffee.
Meds currently on: Lamictal 350 mg, zoloft 200 mg, klonopin 1 mg tid, serequelxr, 100 mg, tramadol 300mg, hydrocodone 7.5mg

Lots of womenly issues, Fibro in process of being diagnosed, possibly chrons disease, Work injury, severe chronic pain in back

"This too shall pass"

tsitodawg
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   Posted 1/27/2011 2:15 AM (GMT -6)   
Artistguy, they call those blue darts where I am from. The only difference is they don't use the liter bottle and light straight at the source through the pants. I am still missing hand on the left side of one hand from a teenage incident gone bad. lol

Heidi, try avoiding the breads if your symptoms are what you are talking about. Try adding some fiber to your diet through natural sources like cooked carrots or apple juice. Some people can't handle it but I have really eliminated most breads from my diet and added ganola and oatmeal to help with my fiber. I elminated all fried foods and most red meat. It really seems to be helping me with my disease. I noticed that you are still going through the diagnosis process and was curious as to what is leading them to believe it is crohn's disease. Have they done a colonoscopy on you yet? It would really help to have one done for both diagnosis and also to find out what is causing the rectal pain you are having. You are also on a lot of medications that can bind you up such as hydrocodone, tramadol, and klonopin. These medications are great medications but sometimes you have to add fiber when you are on them due to constipation. You mentioned that you are still going atleast once a day but that may not be enough for you if you have this disease. Sometimes you are not getting enough stool out of your body and it causes that urgency feeling until it is finally evacuated. Most of us go to the bathroom over 8-10 times a day on a normal day and over 20 on really bad days. There are some though that suffer from constipation and can go days without going and have a ton of bloating and gas pain. It really sounds like you may have a fissure from staining to go or some internal hemmroids.

heidilynnm3
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   Posted 1/27/2011 1:53 PM (GMT -6)   
I did have a colonoscopy. The weird thing is that when I do go to the bathroom, I don't feel constipated at all. I find it to be hard to push anything out even not being constipated. Very strange.
Meds currently on: Lamictal 350 mg, zoloft 200 mg, klonopin 1 mg tid, serequelxr, 100 mg, tramadol 300mg, hydrocodone 7.5mg

Lots of womenly issues, Fibro in process of being diagnosed, possibly chrons disease, Work injury, severe chronic pain in back

"This too shall pass"

prof
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   Posted 1/27/2011 2:52 PM (GMT -6)   
  There are a few things to do..I  have this on a constant basis.... perianal disease as well as a rectal prolapse makes my butt a real PAIN!  I use wipes instead of tiolet paper so i don;t get too irritated. Also, ask your GI for analpram.... it is used for Hemmie but takes the spasms away.. i call them dry heaves of the butt!  Goodluck.. and BTW.. I am a "Heidi " too!
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