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Can your body pass a stool when you get choked out?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by goldwave84, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. goldwave84

    goldwave84 White Belt

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    Hi all

    Is it true that you can pass a stool without knowing it when you get choked out? I heard this before but don't know the science behind it, if it is true.

    GW
     
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    Didn't Tim Silvia crap himself during a UFC fight? Not sure if it was from a choke though.
     
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    Edit: I'm wrong :(
     
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    You don't have to be out.
     
  5. sanchezero

    sanchezero Green Belt

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    easy solution - don't cram a stool up your ass in the 1st place.

    :icon_chee
     
  6. CFair

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    wow... gross.

    I's "passing a stool" the nice way of saying crapping your pants.
     
  7. YeahBee

    YeahBee Samdog Original Nine

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    It was vs Ausserio Silva

    don't remember a choke thou, think it was just Timmy having a bad stomach, all that creatine and stuff pro fighters garf down on must wreck their tummies
     
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    256 Purple Belt

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    ALWAYS POOP BEFORE EVERY FIGHT / COMPETITION!!!!!!!!


    you will just generally feel better and not end up on Youtube.
     
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    davejitsu Purple Belt

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    Never wear a white gi to comps I guess to be safe
     
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    Too bad brown gi are not allowed.
     
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    redaxe Silver Belt

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    Tim Sylvia shat himself because of the way he cut weight, or rather the way he recovered from his weight cut. If you consume too much sugar and potassium? or some other mineral after being dehydrated it gives you bad diarrhea.
     
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    I actually think it sounds worse the way TS put it. Makes it sound...meaty and robust.
     
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    I know. Most LOLtastic thread title ever.
     
  14. HardEight

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    YES! Make sure you tap before you go unconscious because you WILL lose control of all of your bodily functions while you are out.
    Then your instructor will stick you with cleaning the mats after class.










    not really.
     
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    Respeezy Purple Belt

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    I remember the Gene Lebell choking out Steven Seagal story mentioned Seagal shitting his pants i believe.
     
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    Yes, you can lose bowel control when you pass out. Also, bladder control. You can also vomit, hence why it is typically a good idea to roll someone on his left side as you are reviving him after choking him out. Generally, the loss of control for all three functions typically happens right as the person is regaining consciousness (right as the brain is rebooting everything, so to speak).

    As for the incontinence issues, it is generally a good idea to empty both bladder and bowels before a competition.
     
  17. goldwave84

    goldwave84 White Belt

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    Can you explain how this happens?
     
  18. blfdgrappler

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    Unfortunately, I do not know all of the biomechanics behind it. I'm sure it has something to do with the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. As your brain "reboots," the muscles in the sphincter probably involuntarily relax, so if you have a stool "in the chamber," it may come out.

    Note that incontinence from being choked or knocked out is very rare absent a stroke or death. But it is still possible.
     
  19. Gregolian

    Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    When I first started I would sit on the throne for about 10 minutes, then take a shower before I would leave for practice out of fear of this.
     
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    You can pass stool while getting choked out, but you really have to time it well.
     

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