Diarrhea: Real Stories
Top Real Stories
1. An embarrassing moment helped me identify my true love
I was out alone for shopping on New Year’s eve. I had been strolling around for hours and had bought lots of gifts for my family. I wanted to present the first New Year gift to my girlfriend so I went to her place. As soon as I reached her place I had to go to the bathroom. I realized that I had got really bad case of diarrhea. I came out with a sigh of relief that at least I was not out in the store. I was talking to her when I realized something was hanging out of my jeans. Oh God! It was a piece of soiled toilet paper! That moment was the most embarrassing moment of my life and I felt really bad. My girlfriend felt sorry for me and I would have burst out with laughter if I was in her place but she was very supportive. I rushed to the washroom again and when I came back I found her preparing soup for me. I realized how caring she was and fell more in love with her.
2. A bad day
I am 16 years old and last week a really embarrassing thing happened to me. I was in school and felt a strange crumbling in my stomach. It was very strange feeling and I thought it might be because of hunger or something else. Then suddenly when lecture was going on I felt an urge to use the washroom very badly. I quickly excused myself from the lecture and rushed towards the nearest washroom. I ran inside and realized it was the girl’s toilet and found one girl combing her hair in front of a mirror. It was very embarrassing but I couldn’t help it. I didn’t have the strength to rush to the boy’s toilet so I let it go and found a stall and sat on a loo and exploded loudly. I could hear giggles from the girl as she was still there. It was time to come out of the washroom after making myself light. I came out and was really embarrassed and seeing my face even that girl got worried. She promised not to tell it to anyone. It was a bad day but somehow I managed to live through it.
3. A tough exam
I was in 4th semester and exams season was on when suddenly I felt a pain in my stomach. I was a resident student and took medicine from the campus health service thinking it might be due to some kind of indigestion. I got loose motions and vomiting too. I was worried because the next day we had a mathematics exam. It was a very difficult day for me and I was in deep pain and had to go to the toilet again and again. I had not eaten anything since morning and felt weak and tired. At around 9 pm I felt so weak that I almost fainted and was taken to the nearby hospital by some of my friends and warden. My preparation for the exam was nil and I wanted to leave hospital as soon as possible. I was on a glucose IV drip and the doctor prescribed me some strong antibiotics. They suggested that I should stay in the hospital for the night but I asked to be discharged after 3 hours. I was taken back and rested the whole night without studying a word. Next day, seeing my condition, my friends asked me to stay back in the residence but I didn’t want to skip the exam. I asked them to drop me to the examination hall after which I gave the exam and passed with flying colors.
4. I felt happy to help my friend
Usually after school, my friend and I come walking home from the bus stop which is about 15 minutes away if you walk at a normal pace. Last Monday on our way back home I realized that she was walking quite faster. I asked what was wrong but she didn’t say anything and kept walking so I followed her pace. She looked very uncomfortable and tense, and I again asked her what was wrong but she was quiet and didn’t reply. After 2 minutes or so I saw tears in her eyes and I got really worried so I again demanded what the matter was. She then told that she was suffering from diarrhea and was in real trouble. She was farting badly and I felt bad for her. I was concerned and asked her if she could come to my place because it was nearer. She agreed and we went to my place. While she was in the washroom I prepared vegetable soup for her. She felt better and was quite pleased and went home happily after that.
5. A lucky day
I am a 14 years old student. Last week while I was in my classroom, I felt rumblings in my stomach. Suddenly, I felt the increased pressure and knew it was nature’s call. I sought permission from my teacher to leave the room but he didn’t allow. It was really tough to control but I felt ashamed to ask again in front of the whole class. I was trying hard to resist and started singing songs in my mind. I tried to recall the songs that I had heard last night and it actually worked. I realized it later when the bell rang. I ran from the class room but the toilet seemed so far. By the time I reached the washroom my belt was already off and didn’t care if anyone saw me. I managed to get on the pot in time and was really happy to feel light. I realized that the songs really worked for me to control the pressure, else it would have been really embarrassing in front of the whole class.