So kinda embarassing, but I am concerned. I have no been feeling well at all today, with bad stomach cramps. My period is due tomorrow so I thought it might be that, but it really hurt like bathroom-issue-ish. So I tried going to the bathroom and I couldn't all day. Finally, I was able to at night and when I did, I noticed when I wiped it was BRIGHT orange and yellow. When I looked into the toilet there were orange blobs of oil floating ontop of the water. Each time I went to the bathroom more orange oil would come out [let me be clear this is coming from my anus, not my vagina] Anyways. I was wondering if anyone knows of a reason or cause for orange oil in poo. It's concerning. As for what i've ate lately, I've had a roast chicken dinner, kfc [haha maybe the cause?], some cashews and cereal. Any info on whether this is normal or not would be great. I can't go see a doctor as I have a funeral to go to tomorrow and the next day, which is not a good place to be having bathroom issues, so yea, any info would help!
This is really beyond our scope here - the best thing to do is call your doctor. Even if you can't get to an appointment right away, you may be able to speak to a nurse who can give you advice about what to do until you can get in for an appointment.
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