If you have a problem with anal incontinence then this may be evaluated and addressed by a gastroenterologist or general surgeon. There are techniques that may help if this problem exists for you.
You might be having some trouble with some loss of mucus as a possibility . Infection or inflammation within the rectum could cause this type problem.
Diuretics are commonly used for a number of reasons. These stimulate the kidneys to eliminate salts and fluids faster from the body.
I don't know exactly what you mean by inflammation of the abdomen. It sounds that you need to consult your doctor to address your concerns. It seems that you need detailed history / physical exam / supportive tests ....these will allow your doctor to better understand your complaints and your general health . This approach is needed to help you to arrive at understanding of what is going on behind these things that you describe and then plan a path forward for effective treatment .
For example you state that you have inflamed abdomen but I don't know just from speaking with you If you mean you may have bloating due to intestinal gas or obesity or constipation or fluid in the abdominal cavity ( called ascites ) or inflammation of the intestines such as in inflammatory bowel disease.....So the descriptions so far could lead in very different directions ....
So I think that perhaps from the number of separate issues you mention as concerns I would recommend to schedule a complete physical as a start...this is a thourough start to understand what may be going on with you. Added tests or referral to a specialist may still be needed depending on the findings
I hope that this is helpful for you
Let me know if you have further questions or concerns
Merry Christmas/ Happy holidays as well!
Anthony Bray MD