Have you ever needed a poo so big it left you momentarily paralysed?

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    I was laying down in bed with my laptop when I felt this excruciating pain from needing to go to the toilet, but it was so sudden and it overtook my body. I couldn't move and was momentarily paralysed by it.

    I was legit scared of *****ing the bed because it was coming so fast and I couldn't move. Then I managed to slide out of bed and go, but that's not the first time it's happened.

    Sometimes I'll be sitting in a chair and it will get me like that where it's so excruciatingly painful that I can't stand up or move.

    Do any of you get this?
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    I've never experienced "**** paralysis" before.
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    Go to the doctor. :lolwut:
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    This is a s*** troll (pun intended).
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    I think you should go to the doctor.

    Having pain on an odd occasion probably isn't worrying but if you have it consistently I would be a tiny bit concerned.

    I hope your okay though (if you aren't trolling that is...).
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    This is a s*** troll (pun intended).
    I cba with people who sit on here just to assume that every embarrassing thread is a troll attempt. Go away please.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I was laying down in bed with my laptop when I felt this excruciating pain from needing to go to the toilet, but it was so sudden and it overtook my body. I couldn't move and was momentarily paralysed by it.

    I was legit scared of *****ing the bed because it was coming so fast and I couldn't move. Then I managed to slide out of bed and go, but that's not the first time it's happened.

    Sometimes I'll be sitting in a chair and it will get me like that where it's so excruciatingly painful that I can't stand up or move.

    Do any of you get this?
    Yes fam, I totally get where you're coming from.
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    Nope but I have had days where when I'm on the toilet, I think to myself, "I'm going to be pushing even harder if I decide to have children"
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I think you should go to the doctor.

    Having pain on an odd occasion probably isn't worrying but if you have it consistently I would be a tiny bit concerned.

    I hope your okay though (if you aren't trolling that is...).
    Thank you.
    It's been months since it last happened until now. I guess it's because of how I was laying down? Idk but the pain it causes is too much to not talk about when it does happen. Other times have always been when I'm sitting on a chair at my desk and it overtakes my body from the waist down for 30 seconds - 1 minute and it's excruciating and I cannot move.

    Sometimes the same thing happens with my period cramps, where it's so sudden and too much that I literally can't move

    If no one else experiences this then I guess that will encourage me to go see my GP about it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thank you.
    It's been months since it last happened until now. I guess it's because of how I was laying down? Idk but the pain it causes is too much to not talk about when it does happen. Other times have always been when I'm sitting on a chair at my desk and it overtakes my body from the waist down for 30 seconds - 1 minute and it's excruciating and I cannot move.

    Sometimes the same thing happens with my period cramps, where it's so sudden and too much that I literally can't move

    If no one else experiences this then I guess that will encourage me to go see my GP about it
    Tbh I'm pretty sure I've felt this once off my period, I was also laying down and the pain was SO excruciating and when I pushed it made it 100%, I couldn't move either. I was stuck on the toilet seat in a weird position feeling extreme pain.


    I have felt this on my period, oh god it was the most painful thing but I blame myself for it because I was pushing and you shouldn't do that, especially on your period because of the way your muscles are at the time of the month.


    Maybe include more fiber in your diet, wait a couple of weeks and see if it happens again. If it does then go, if it doesn't then just leave it. I mean you sound young and things are rarely severly bad at your age.
 
 
 
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