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Diarrhea and upper palate itching
From past three months I have loose motion. It is watery ( atleast three times a day) and I will be having upper abdominal bloating with light pain. I showed to doctor, he told it is because of gas and gave me medicine, for few days it was fine then again I have this issue. What to do... Can anyone suggest a permanent solution. Do we get diarrhea if we do not have proper intake of food... Do we get diarrhea because of stress... Please someone prescribe a tablet where the loose motion stops for timebeing... Please... I feel tired, sleepy, inactive most of the times
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A colonoscopy is must before prescribing drugs.As per your history t seems like irritable bowel disease/inflammatory. The tiredness s bcos of water and electrolyte loss.Before prescribing drugs more into the history and ur diet and other medications u r on is required.
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I may prescribe some medicine but again that will not be the final solution. So you should visit gastroenterologist opd 
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you may have upper gi endoscopy.
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Take Oflox oz twice daily for five days and PantopD once daily for ten days. Consult through Practo
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