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NSF SAYS HE CAN’T PANGSAI INSIDE CAMP, ONCE WENT 10 DAYS WITHOUT POOPING

Since BMT i have always had a messed up pooping cycle where as when i am in camp i don’t feel the need to for 5 days and only felt the need to after bookout, like my stomach just decided to ache after reaching home.

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My longest was 10 days during confinement, But when I’m at home my poop cycle is the normal once or twice per day till i go back to camp.

Not a troll post but just curious if yall are like this too.

PS. My health is not affected by this, just that I’m surprised that the human body can actually hold in 10 days worth of poop.

Netizens’ comments

  • Sounds like it might be travel constipation, it’s when a person undergoes constipation when they’ve traveling, the travel leads to a variety of factors affecting this such as a change in routine, change in diet, change in toilet (maybe the toilet in BMT is less clean, and you don’t constantly have access to it, so your body is less inclined to defecate).
  • Same for me during bmt. But you have to force yourself to poop. After a couple months, I go once every other day in camp
    Holding it in for so long will mess up your colon and large intestine health in the long term
  • I had a bunkmate like this too. So much so that he would always go home during the nights out every Wed just to poop. We’re talking LCK to Pasir Ris.
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