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I am nearly 15 years old and I still wear pull-ups/ daipers because I poo myself. It's obviously not as simple as just sit on the loo, whenever I need to go, otherwise it would have been fixed years ago. So any advice to stop pooing myself?
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I am nearly 15 years old and I still wear pull-ups/ daipers because I poo myself. It's obviously not as simple as just sit on the loo, whenever I need to go, otherwise it would have been fixed years ago. So any advice to stop pooing myself?
Have you talked to your GP?
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Have you talked to your GP?
Yes I have, my next appointment with my doctor isn't until August 24th though.
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Yes I have, my next appointment with my doctor isn't until August 24th though.
See if you can get an earlier one. That seems rather late.
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See if you can get an earlier one. That seems rather late.
I think it's that late, so my doctor can get all the reports ready in time.
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I have suffered with bowel incontinence on and off for years. I wear incontinence pads a lot for peace of mind after some accidents that happened outside. I don't mind if it happens at home but it is hellish when it happens outside.

You say you have already spoken do your GP about this, have you been referred to a gastroenterologist yet? If not, I would push for a referral. It isn't normal to have regular bowel accidents so its best to get it checked out and hopefully put an end to the problem
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I have suffered with bowel incontinence on and off for years. I wear incontinence pads a lot for peace of mind after some accidents that happened outside. I don't mind if it happens at home but it is hellish when it happens outside.

You say you have already spoken do your GP about this, have you been referred to a gastroenterologist yet? If not, I would push for a referral. It isn't normal to have regular bowel accidents so its best to get it checked out and hopefully put an end to the problem
Yes, that is who I am waiting until August 24th for.
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Yes, that is who I am waiting until August 24th for.
Sorry, I thought it was your GP you were seeing then all the best for your appointment. I hope it goes well and they can do something for you
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Sorry, I thought it was your GP you were seeing then all the best for your appointment. I hope it goes well and they can do something for you
Same here, it is really embarrassing that I can't wear normal underwear like briefs, like everyone else can!
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