So if you get grossed out easily, I would suggest not reading this. Just a heads up. Hopefully people will read this, though.
So anyways....Sometimes after I eat I get horrible stomach cramps. This happens until I finally, to say in a more intelligent way, pass a stool. (Take a *****) I definitely don't go to the restroom enough. Sometimes, I only go once a week. Twice a week other times. I've had problems with not going enough since I was a child. Definitely. So, I will eat something sometimes, and then have horrible cramps until I finally pass my stool and then I feel relief. The problem is, it takes me a while to pass a stool under these conditions. I'm pretty sure I was in the bathroom for about an hour last night before it happened.
This doesn't always happen after I eat, though. I'd say this happens maybe every three weeks or so. It also doesn't happen before I pass a stool every time either. And also, most of the time I actually do use the restroom, I can just pass it without the long amount of time it takes for me to go. I still don't go enough, though.
This has been ongoing for years. Since I was in high school. I'm 19 now, however, the stomach cramps until I feel relief have been ongoing since I was maybe 15 or 16, I believe.
I've recently had a fear of Colon Cancer, because I've noticed when I pass a stool, there is sometimes blood on my stool. Not a lot. In fact, a very tiny bit of blood. I was thinking it was because I strain and my stools are rather large. (My ***** is huge
) But lately, I was wondering if the blood and the cramps after I eat until I pass my stool is due to colon cancer because I looked up the symptoms and freaked out.
I just need some help. I'm freaking out and all I want is to be happy. Thank you if you took the time to read this.
Also, I've had white mucus before in my stools. This has only happened to me like twice and just happened recently, though.
Edit: I also forgot to mention I don't exercise much and my diet is kind of crappy, tbh. I also don't get enough sleep at night. Lol, so that's not a very good lifestyle.