Worms In Adulthood?
When I pooped, I had difficulty. After it’s done, there’s something that still needs to be removed. A kind of brown, flat, and sometimes rather long objects. Fibrous too, and odorless.
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Before I want to confirm in advance, what do you mean by "something that still needs to be released"? Do you mean it hasn't come out yet but you feel it in your anus, or does it actually come out and you see that it has the characteristics you mentioned?
Basically there are various types of worms that can infect the digestive tract and the shape of the worm can also vary, there are worms that are small in size such as grated coconut, there are also large and very long. The color of worms is usually yellowish white or grayish.
The traits you mentioned are more directed at the characteristics of your feces (dirt) than the characteristics of worms. Stools that come out can vary in color and shape depending on the food you eat. If you eat foods that contain lots of fiber, then your stool can look more dense and fibrous. If you drink less fluids, your stool will feel harder and harder to pass. If you swallow an object that cannot be digested, it can also come out again with your stool. If you want to be sure, you can check the "object" to the laboratory so that it can be evaluated clearly.
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