There is some constipation in the last half month. Sometimes I use the toilet once every two or three days. Sometimes the thickness is normal, sometimes it is very thin. The color is normal. I had a digital examination half a year ago. There is only internal hemorrhoids, and my family has no history of bowel cancer. What is this sometimes very thin
The thinning of stool may be caused by internal hemorrhoids, but you can't exclude intestinal tumors. Therefore, although there is no family history, it is recommended to have an enteroscopy to see if there is no intestinal polyps or tumors. If there is no abnormality in the enteroscopy, you will be relieved.
The common causes of stool thinning include hemorrhoids, enteritis and intestinal tumors. From your description, it needs to be considered that enteritis and hemorrhoids are more likely to cause. Pay attention to observation. Pay more attention to eating spicy and stimulating food, avoid smoking and alcohol, and don't stay up late. If necessary, you can go to a regular hospital to improve electronic colonoscopy
Hello, there will be differences in the thickness of normal stools. It doesn't mean that they will be very thick. If there is no obvious discomfort, you don't need to worry too much. If you really don't feel at ease, you can go to the hospital and ask the doctor to check you, or do an enteroscope directly, which is more reassuring.