BAB And Farts Smell Bad?
why do I eat a lot of chapters and it doesn’t go well then if the chapter smells bad especially the fart that is next to one must faint
Hello Alfi Patty, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Fart / flatus is an attempt by the body to remove gas from the intestine. The excess gas can cause flatulence and bloating. The frequency of someone farting is different from one another. Normally the number of farts a day is 10-20 times. Not all farts / flatus cause bad odors.
Some things that can cause your farts to smell bad are:
Excessive consumption of high fiber foods. It is true that we are encouraged to consume high-fiber foods every day such as vegetables, fruit to facilitate digestion. But the fiber itself is very difficult to digest the body, and requires more time. So that if excessive consumption of the digestive process of these fibers will take a long time in the intestine so that decay will occur and produce sulfur gas so that the farts will smell.
Constipation, or in everyday language is constipation. Stools / feces that should be removed are retained in the intestine, causing the development of bacteria that cause foul odor to develop, so that the farts will smell.
Bacterial infection of the digestive system. In this condition an inflammatory system will occur in your intestines that cause the digestive process is disrupted. Causes slow bowel movements so food spoilage will occur in the stomach in a longer period of time. Cause a foul odor will appear when farting.
The use of antibiotics. When consuming antibiotics, the good bacteria in the intestines will be killed, giving rise to the unpleasant odor of farts.
Lactose allergy, usually experienced by infants / children, causing feces to become foul faster, and smells bad.
Other diseases that can cause some of the above.
You do not need to be too concerned about your situation, now you can fart by giving distance so that the environment around you is not disturbed while using the underlying problem is resolved, in your case is constipation / constipation.
Right now what you can do is:
Consumption of fiber to soften feces / dirt.
Little eating patterns make digestion function properly.
Avoid foods that smell like onions, cauliflower, jengkol, etc.
When eating, do it slowly to reduce the gas that can be swallowed to the stomach.
Drinking 2 - 2.5 L of water a day to help your digestion.
Avoid soft drinks because it can increase flatulence.
Consumption of foods and drinks that are rich in probiotics (good bacteria) such as yogurt, fermented drinks, etc.
Consult your doctor if complaints continue to be felt and the causes cannot be above.
That's all the answers I can give, more and less I apologize.
Thank you, good luck always :)