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  EwahWeeWah  |  21

Geez, no need to be so aggressive. Sure it was a stupid joke, but actually I hate those shitty situation jokes as much as everyone else. I guess I did it as a quick "oh this will be funny because it's a bit different" but I should've thought before posting it, I realised it was stupid but it was too late for me to delete, sorry.

By  EwahWeeWah  |  21

"When you're sliding into first
And your pants begin to burst
That's diarrhea, diarrhea"

Joking aside that sucks big time. Oh well, atleast the constipation stopped. Just make sure to watch out for when diarrhea strikes again.

  akunis  |  4

I think he took laxatives and didn't realize how long it would take to work.. But it's a much better situation than not taking them and being long term constipated. Then your looking at stomach aches and long bouts of struggle-pooping. I heard once that if you struggle-poop and it doesn't work, you have to dig it out.

  anyagrande  |  31

Or OP could just eat more fibre and drink more water- thats usually the cause of constipation. If that does mot work then you can get fibre laxatives from the chemist

By  Dilwann  |  27

Diarrhoea is fairly common in combination with constipation. That doesn't mean the constipation is over, it just means some shit managed to leak past the blockade. If you've really been suffering from constipation for a long time (I'm thinking a week or more), you should really see a doctor.

  individual00  |  14

I came here to say pretty much the same thing.
Type 7 stool (entirely liquid) following a period of constipation is most likely overflow. OP should definitely see a doctor.