For me diet is the key, what foods do you use as fiber?
I hate to say this but the truth is I could never smell myself nor could my relatives. Trying to explain an odor that I or they cannot smell would leave family saying maybe itís in your head. As you know the confirmation always comes from the comments made by people in public.
The answer to your question is this. If I donít pass a bowel movement I will not smell at all that day, end of story. In the past if I did pass a bowel movement I could feel warmth coming from just inside my colon, this warmth was an indication that the bowel movement was in some way unhealthy. That warmth always posed as a red flag for me that no matter how much time or energy spent on cleaning/showering or on the toilet I was going to smell that day. For me those days of warmth were always smelly days. After the Flaxseed experimenting Iíve noticed my BMís are fully connected and whole all the way to the tip and the warmth is gone. Since I havenít heard anyone say anything about a smell coming from me.
I often made trips to the restroom so I could check myself with some TP, and trust me if you bring that TP to your nose you can detect impurities on it. I donít mean to gross you out but if youíre dealing with this issue itís important to know when you smell and when you donít. This way you can begin to study what causes it.
Something Iím noticing is that everyoneís stool smells. Youíve heard that saying ďyou act like your **** donít stink?Ē Everyday people who arenít affected by this problem acknowledge that everyoneís poop smells. The question then really is how are they different from you or me? I guess what Iím trying to say is that Iím glad that I didnít stop my stool from smelling like stool but I stopped my colon from smelling like stool. I hope Iím making sense and that this helped. Donít be afraid to ask questions.