Due to the invasive presence of the growing worms, the small intestine fails to do most of its functions, one of which is to aid in the solidifying process. Digestion fails to continue in the small intestine, and it simply passes on into the large one, which consequently doesn't do much. This results in repeated trips to the bathroom every time something is consumed. However, this symptom can only last for three days at most, because the worms eventually abandon the small intestine to spread throughout the body and encyst in the muscle tissue.
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