My appetite has finally come back. But I still have plenty of food-related stories and advice to share, so stick with me. Real gross. It involves butt stuff.
Butterfish and Digestion
Should I Eat This, yellow-orange-oil anal leakage edition | MetaFilter
Having a leaky anus can be an embarrassing condition whereby a person passes some stool or anal discharge unexpectedly or uncontrollably. The most common reasons for anal leakage are diarrhea or constipation, in which case the leakage will usually stop when your digestive system gets back to normal. However, leakage from the anus can also happen if you have hemorrhoids , damaged rectal muscles, or nerve damage. In these cases, the leaky anus could be a chronic condition that requires proper medical care and management. Some people only realize that they suffer from a leaky anus when they notice anal discharge on their underwear. The seepage may be watery stool or mucus that has passed unknowingly from the rectal muscles. Depending on the reasons for bowel incontinence, there are different ways to treat a leaky anus.
December 10, Comments. Though science continues to back the wisdom that fish is brain food, there are times when you need to use your smarts to make it a healthy choice. Escolar is a perfect example.
It's Metafilter's 20th anniversary! To celebrate, scan some cats or help fund Mefi! But something I never thought ask would have been the most important question: 'Does this fish cause anal leakage? One, individual sensitivities vary , so some people eat it without fear. Two, some chefs and seafood purveyors maintain that of the two species of fish marketed as "escolar," the cheaper, rough-skinned variety Ruvettus pretiosus reliably causes problems while smooth-skinned escolar Lepidocybium flavobrunneum continues to be demanded by happy patrons.