Hi, there is a group call the inconstance support group, generally thru the public hospitals. They will supply you with pads, the neat longer ones, and also money for the extras required, like toilet paper.yeah the pain sucks.... and the amount of toilet paper I go through is scary!
I have received these benefits, but, not knowing where you live, perhaps you can just try it out and research it, and there could be help.
I would like to send a hug, I know the pain, and the runs, try like 40 years plus. No doctor could find the answer. Finally I started asking a lot of questions and making a lot of noise about my condition.
Finally, after a fesus test, they get a calprotenia result, which is counting the amount of inflammation in the bowel from the stool.
Normal is 50
my first was 286
Finally they were listening, I'm now on chemo medication to reduce the inflammation and hopefully the pain.
Ask the doctor for the fesus test to get the calprotenia result and you will be on your way to feeling better.