Why do I make noises when I poo? Let’s start with the issue of gases, besides making you have bad times, sometimes even funny, but very smelly … Well, sometimes it doesn’t sound, but they are the most killer.

Why do I make noises when I poo

Gases

Having gas is part of the digestive process of our body. When this effect occurs, you do it through gas or burps. But when you can’t remove them, that’s when your stomach starts to hurt.

A-Gas can appear by consuming certain foods because you are not used to it, you are making changes in your habits, and it is normal for this to happen. But also, irritable bowel syndrome or celiac disease can cause it as well.

 

It is normal if:

  • The gases typically come out
  • Belching
  • When they can’t get out, your stomach hurts
  • Feeling like your stomach is going to burst because you can’t poo or the gas doesn’t come out
  • Your stomach swells
  • Why do I make noises when I poo

It’s not normal when:

  • You get in the poo blood
  • The poo has a different color
  • Do less or more times than your body does typically
  • Excessive weight loss
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • vomiting diarrhea
  • Excessive stomach or chest pain

Another class of noises is:

The intestinal sounds are caused when you eat some food, and in the middle of its process, they make these noises. But it is normal for this to happen since the intestines are like pipes. If you scream through a tube, it will echo. Well, it’s the same.

 

Intestinal ileus:

It is when the intestine is completely blocked. This can be caused by viruses, bacteria, decreased potassium, certain medications, surgery.

What cause:

  • Scar tissue
  • Calculations
  • Hernias
  • Not being able to do a poo
  • Tumors
  • A pain that you cannot control with anything

Hypoactive sounds: this is when noises appear while you are sleeping peacefully

Hyperactive:

It is when you have an intestinal problem such as diarrhea, constipation, among others.

But be careful! When you don’t hear a noise, it is because there is necrosis in the intestinal tissue.

What to do? Let’s talk about possible solutions.

I have said it in past blogs, but I repeat it to you. Food is key!

Eat foods rich in fiber such as beans, broccoli, apples, peaches, plums, cauliflower, pears. Asparagus. But another option is to take supplemental fiber; at this point, I recommend that you consult with your doctor.

Dairy:

It is important to clarify in this matter that if you have any problem-consuming dairy, look for other alternatives such as almonds, coconut, oats. Etc

Less sugar, better life: Reduce the amount of sugar in your life; the idea is that one day you say. I don’t eat sugar.

No soft drinks: I don’t have much to explain on this subject; they are harmful from every perspective. They are too sweet and well; it is the number one poison for a human being.

Water:

Drink at least eight glasses of water a day because if you do not drink enough liquid, it will cause you a lot of constipation and digestive problems. Remember that our body is made of water.

Toilet spray

Petit Poo is a toilet odor eliminator; it acts BEFORE the odor is exposed, creating a layer on the water’s surface that prevents unwanted odors from escaping, leaving a soft and pleasant scent.

Our Kits are:

Happy kit: A tiny spot of happiness

Revolution kit: For Master poopers

The ultimate kit: The one you need on every occasion

Endurance kit: For great poops

Bibliographic source

Mayo Clinic. 2020

Medline Plus.