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Tip of poop is hard/dry only

Postby septronius » 16 Jun 2022, 08:38

Hello,

Question for anyone dealing with the tip of their stool being dryer and bumpy but the rest of the stool is perfectly fine(rather soft and smooth).

I've been eating a lot of fiber so my stool is bulky and soft except for the tip. This tip tends to hurt the fissure and make it bleed a bit but the smoother portion of the stool has no blood on it.

I do think I'm on the right path to recovery and I just need to figure out how to soften the tip of the stool.
I have had BM where the entire stool was smooth and there was no blood at all.

I'm trying to figure out what can make a stool perfectly smooth.

Could it be a lack of healthy oils/fats in my diet, will those help in any way?
Please let me know if you've experienced something similar
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Re: Tip of poop is hard/dry only

Postby Sisyphus » 20 Jul 2022, 06:50

Try a 100% carnivore diet (with lots of animal fat).
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Re: Tip of poop is hard/dry only

Postby Rich44 » 20 Jul 2022, 12:00

septronius wrote:Hello,

Question for anyone dealing with the tip of their stool being dryer and bumpy but the rest of the stool is perfectly fine(rather soft and smooth).

I've been eating a lot of fiber so my stool is bulky and soft except for the tip. This tip tends to hurt the fissure and make it bleed a bit but the smoother portion of the stool has no blood on it.

I do think I'm on the right path to recovery and I just need to figure out how to soften the tip of the stool.
I have had BM where the entire stool was smooth and there was no blood at all.

I'm trying to figure out what can make a stool perfectly smooth.

Could it be a lack of healthy oils/fats in my diet, will those help in any way?
Please let me know if you've experienced something similar
You sound like you are on the right track. You want a bulky stool to help your sphincter work properly and promote blood flood to heal the fissure. Keep up the use of fiber, drink plenty of water, don't forget you do need sodium and electrolytes as well or your stool will dry up. Cold pressed extra virgin olive oil added to your diet wouldn't hurt (great for your body anyway). There are still many things that can mess with our BM and stool so experiment a little with your food. Is your fiber soluble or insoluble? That can make a big difference.
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