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Stools and bowel health

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Information on stool and bowel health. Tips, tricks and health information from leading health professionals.

Stools and bowel health

Fact Sheet For Stools and Bowel Health Common names for bowel motions STOOLS POOP poo BOWEL ACTIONS FAECES BOWEL MOVEMENT What is normal? Bowel motions ranging between 3 times a day to 3 times a week Ability to hold on after the first urge to open your bowels A bowel motion starts as soon as you are seated on the toilet Your rectum feels completely empty after a bowel motion No straining or pain when passing a bowel motion No blood or mucus in your bowel motion

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