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25 Possible Causes for Bulky Stool, Hemorrhoids, Steatorrhea

  • Intestinal Disease

    Anal disorders Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels that line the anal opening.[] This chronic illness was characterized by diarrhea, steatorrhea, and intestinal pseudo-obstruction.[] 20enteropathy correct celiac enteropathy 2, record 1, English, celiac%20enteropathy correct nontropical sprue 7, record 1, English, nontropical%20sprue obsolete idiopathic steatorrhea[]

  • Laxative Abuse

    In case a person has hemorrhoids, they may become irritated.[] They make the stool more bulky by absorbing water. For example, psyllium (Metamucil) is safe because it is a natural form of fiber.[] […] new Pts seen by gastroenterologists and up to 20% of those evaluated in a tertiary referral center Clinical Finger clubbing, skin hyperpigmentation, colonic inflammation, steatorrhea[]

  • Duodenal Diverticulum

    CT and colonoscopy revealed a diverticulum in the third portion of the duodenum, rectal polyps, and internal hemorrhoids.[] This creates a large, soft and bulky stool.[] Intermittent diarrhea, constipation and weight loss due to fear of eating and steatorrhea may occur in some patients.[]

  • Blind Loop Syndrome

    HEMORRHOIDS Hemorrhoids are veins around the anus or lower rectum that have become swollen and inflamed and are extremely common in men and women.[] […] intermittent diarrhoea due to disaccharidase deficiency, abdominal ‘colic’, haemorrhage, vitamin deficiency and neurologic symptoms; with prolonged partial obstruction, the stool[] A lady was admitted with a long history of steatorrhea, anemia and hypocalcemia due to a blind loop syndrome after a BPD.[]

  • Fecal Incontinence

    Dermatitis, hemorrhoidal disease, fissures, scars and fistulae may be detected during a careful visual inspection of these regions.[] This can make stool more bulky and easier to control. Avoid caffeine . This may help prevent diarrhea. Drink several glasses of water each day.[] All patients had evidence of autonomic neuropathy, and one third had steatorrhea.[]

  • Diarrhea

    You may also want to use a hemorrhoid cream or white petroleum jelly on the affected area.[] Tell your doctor if you experience bulky, greasy or very bad smelling stools.[] […] or vomiting, frequency and timing of bowel movements, changes in stool characteristics (eg, presence of blood, pus, or mucus; changes in color or consistency; evidence of steatorrhea[]

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Complications Chronic constipation or diarrhea can cause hemorrhoids. In addition, IBS is associated with: Poor quality of life.[] A person should also see a doctor if their symptoms get progressively worse, stools are pale, bulky, very offensive smelling and difficult to flush away (this may indicate[] Fecal fat excretion should be measured when there is a concern about steatorrhea.[]

  • Octreotide

    […] stools Common (1% to 10%): Fat malabsorption, vomiting, dyspepsia , steatorrhea, discoloration of feces, tenesmus, abdominal distension Uncommon (0.1% to 1%): GI bleeding, hemorrhoids[] Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: diarrhea constipation pale, bulky, foul-smelling stools constantly feeling the need to empty the bowels[] Side effects impaired pancreatic secretion à malabsorption of fats à fat-soluble vitamin deficiency and steatorrhea impaired GI motility à nausea, abdominal pain, flatulence[]

  • Pancreatic Ductal Stone

    Infrared Coagulation of Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are swelling in the rectum or anal area that may protrude through the anus on straining.[] Chronic pancreatitis results in abdominal pain and, in some cases, results in diabetes and fatty stools that are large and bulky.[] Post surgery, abdominal pain is completely relieved, pancreatic atrophy is halted, diabetes comes under control as insulin starts releasing in the circulation and steatorrhea[]

  • Abnormal Gastrointestinal Motility

    Initial treatment for anal fissures includes pain medicine, dietary fiber to reduce the occurrence of large, bulky stools, and sitz baths (sitting in a few inches of warm[] In addition, hypermotility caused by decreased sympathetic inhibition, pancreatic insufficiency, steatorrhea, and malabsorption of bile salts can further contribute to diarrhea[] Diarrhea from hypergastrinemia Steatorrhea (fat in stool): Denaturation of pancreatic lipase due to acidic environment in the duodenum.[]

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