I don't think that's at all possible. I mean, if we don't have a BM for a couple of days our stomach starts cramping like crazy telling us to let the waste out. It tears you up inside if you ignore it long enough and you can die of toxins being inside your intestines and stuff. Not good. Eating and pooping are essential for good health.
A bowel movement is feces, whether hard from lack of fluid, soft, or runny (diarrhea). A person can feel as if they need to have a bowel movement, but only pass gas. In constipation, a person can feel as if they need to have a bowel movement, but nothing will come out (the person needs more fluids and/or a laxative and fluids).
Another possibility is if a person has had a bowel resection that ends with a stoma (a surgically made opening) on their lower abdomen (between the naval and pelvic bone, but only on one side). This allows soft feces or diarrhea to flow into a bag that is secured over the stoma. The person must remove the bag after it fills, clean the skin, and replace with an unused bag. So in that case, it is possible to have feces move out of the body without passing feces from the colon to rectum and out the anus.
Well you should be defecating once a day. If you don't defecate for a week, you should see a doctor.
How long is a piece of string?
no not to me
I had one that was 16 inches long
The average person can only go for about three days without having a bowel movement. The average person can hold their urine for about 10 hours.
I think the more bowel movements a day the better you will feel, as long as the bowel movement isn't diarrhea.
2 to 3 days after have food poisoning.
Tissue in bowel movements looks sometimes opaque, white or gray. It can also look long and kind of stringy.
Should be fine as long as you remember to wash
If you believe that you are going to have a bowel movement that may be longer then normal, you may have to get mentally prepared. This may been focusing on breathing during the bowel movement, and concentrating on an object in the room.
Babies do not need to defecate (pass bowel movement) in the womb. The waste goes through the cord to the mother's bloodstream and to the kidneys. The first bowel movement occurs after birth unless the pregnancy goes on too long.
Less than 24 hours. Fur balls can delay bowel movements as can other blockages so its best to consult a Vet if your pet has a problem.
no ________________ You can live long without death, but you can't live forever without death. Death will overtake you eventually.