The injurious dry 'first part' of a stool.

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The injurious dry 'first part' of a stool.

Postby Fissure UK » 02 Jan 2022, 12:17

As yet I have not come across a remedy for the issue. I read one explanation online stating that it is the last part of a stool that remained in the colon area during the previous BM. Thus  it becomes the first part of the next BM, and by this time it has dried out. Invariably it can be be the part of a stool that causes a fissure during an otherwise very soft BM.

Personally I find that a 'dry first part' does  not happen every time, so there must be logical reason for the occasions when it  does happen. I will prophecise that the first part of a BM is possibly the last part of food that was consumed the previous day. Assuming my theory is correct, it would make sense to consume something after the last meal of the evening that is going to guarantee a 'soft FIRST part' of the BM everytime. For me, that would be pysllium fibre and a couple of glasses of water.

I welcome contributions from other members on here on this issue.
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