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Dysentery issues
This question is for my mother. She is 53. She's having dysentery for quite sometime(close to 1 month). Neither homeopathy nor allopathy seem to work.She follows a clean diet avoiding any spicy food and dairy products. She also takes medicines for diabetes and pressure. She's having pain in lower back and in lower body and she thinks it's from having dysentery. She didn't have lower back pain earlier as such. So my question is: 1) Is "lower back pain and lower body pain" a symptom of dysentery? 2) Does she urgently need to visit the doctor? (Thank you in advance for the suggestions)
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1) lower body pain could be because of many reasons, and you may also be using the term “dysentery” for blood noticed in stools, which could be because of many reasons. 2) based on the fact that your mother is having weakness and poor health, you should meet a general surgeon as soon as possible, who will evaluate her thoroughly and also run some tests according to the findings.
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