Incomplete evacuation is pretty common in IBS and so is ballder issues.
Both of these process are partly neurogenic.
what treatments or things are you doing now?
You might read this also.
IBS - Beyond the Bowel: The Meaning of Co-Existing Medical Problems
-- O. Palsson, PsyD and W. Whitehead, PhD
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Please make sure you have your symptoms diagnosed by a medical practitioner or a doctor.