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Re: Nice to know I'm not alone
Hi susan, i have just been on here for a couple of weeks and am so surprised and relieved i have found this site. I believe i have a shy bum and when my bf stays over the first thing i think of is, ' can i go to the toilet in the morning"?, Not " oh how exciting it would be to have him stay the night..." secretly i feel selfish for thinking that. Because i have always lived on my own since i was 20, now i'm 27 with a 3 yo boy, i find it so hard to relax and let my body do its thing with another person in the house with me. I don't know if i have the same thing as others do with shy bowel syndrome, but i just don't get an urge to go in the mornings if he is here, if i got the urge i would attempt to go and tben hope it was a good one!
So, even not getting an urge at all is still controlled by shy bowels?. Its like they go to sleep on me and refuse to wake up and work!!! Yesterday this happened as he stayed the night so i felt full all day, my routine has been out for weeks now.
I dont want to obsess about it but i just want to go when i want to go.
much love xx