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    How to have regular bowel movements after bowel cancer?

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    Bowel cancer November 2009. Eleven inches removed. All colonoscopies since reported clear. I have suffered with irregular bowel habits for the past two years. Sometimes constipation, sometimes diarrhoea, sometimes uncontrollable small faeces will escape. Have tried various softeners but to no avail. I am 74 years old and in good medical health.
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  • Bowel Cancer Australia is the leading community-funded charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and care for everyone affected by bowel cancer. We … View Profile

    Thank you very much for your enquiry.

    Due to the individual nature of your questions they are quite difficult to answer in an online forum.

    If you'd like to send your questions through to Bowel Cancer Australia's Nurse Adviser we'd be very happy to get in contact with you to provide an individualised response and advice.

    You can send your questions to us using the web form available at https://www.bowelcanceraustralia.org/nurse.

    In the meantime you may also be interested to read some of the information available on the Bowel Cancer Australia website including:

    • Living with bowel cancer https://www.bowelcanceraustralia.org/living-with-bowel-cancer

    We look forward to receiving your questions and to offering you some tailored advice.

    Kind Regards,
    The team at Bowel Cancer Australia
    www.bowelcanceraustralia.org


    Please Note: The information provided by Bowel Cancer Australia’s Nurse and Nutritionist Advisory Services is intended for Australian residents as a reference guide only. It is not a substitute for independent professional advice and is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or disorder.

    If you believe your symptoms are consistent with those of bowel cancer or a digestive illness, please consult your doctor.

    Bowel Cancer Australia, its directors, officers or medical professionals shall not be liable to any person, company or any other body for any loss, direct or indirect or consequential on whatsoever account for any omission or negligent misstatement.

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