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IBS and prostatitis

Suffering from bloating stomach gas.What I eat converts to gas.Stools are semi solid and many times mucus comes along.During bowel movements fullness in rectum , feel like to defecate but cant so need to put lot of strain still no freshen up feeling.Also urine incontinence.As per Gastro its IBS with prostatitis.pl sgt
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Dr. Amit Vora Thane | Homeopath
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Hello, IBS is a disease which is auto immune disease. Here your own body fails to recognize its own system and starts destroying it Homoeopathy works on immune system and improves it . So homoeopathy can help you to a large extent in getting permanent solutions to your IBS
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Hello What your ate describing does sound like IBS. Which in common words means colitis.Here there develops inflammation to the intestines whereby it increases the motility and so causes multiple stools with urgency at times.This also causes shredding of the mucosa meaning the inner lining of the intestine resulting in mucous in stools. This is a high grade stress induced condition.Proper Constitutional Homoeopathic treatment will definitely give you a lot of relief. Also alongside u can drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated and eating small meals at short intervals will prevent the gastritis and in turn prevent gas formation. As per the urinary incontinence it can be validated as prostitis only by sonography or by specific blood tests aimed at that. Regards.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Avoid problem foods. If certain foods make your signs and symptoms worse, don't eat them. These may include alcohol, chocolate, caffeinated beverages such as coffee and sodas, medications that contain caffeine, dairy products, and sugar-free sweeteners such as sorbitol or mannitol.

If gas is a problem for you, foods that might make symptoms worse include beans, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. Fatty foods also may be a problem for some people. Chewing gum or drinking through a straw can lead to swallowing air, causing more gas.

Eat at regular times. Don't skip meals, and try to eat about the same time each day to help regulate bowel function. If you have diarrhea, you may find that eating small, frequent meals makes you feel better. But if you're constipated, eating larger amounts of high-fiber foods may help move food through your intestines.

Take care with dairy products. If you're lactose intolerant, try substituting yogurt for milk. Or use an enzyme product to help break down lactose. Consuming small amounts of milk products or combining them with other foods also may help. In some cases, though, you may need to stop eating dairy foods completely. If so, be sure to get enough protein, calcium and B vitamins from other sources.

Drink plenty of liquids. Try to drink plenty of fluids every day. Water is best. Alcohol and beverages that contain caffeine stimulate your intestines and can make diarrhea worse, and carbonated drinks can produce gas.

Exercise regularly. Exercise helps relieve depression and stress, stimulates normal contractions of your intestines, and can help you feel better about yourself. If you've been inactive, start slowly and gradually increase the amount of time you exercise. If you have other medical problems, check with your doctor before starting an exercise program.
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