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Regular loose motion 4 to 5 times.
Sir My age is 50 years I was addicted to the alcohol but before 1 year I fully stopped the alcohol. Now my problem is I am suffering from loose motion 4 to 5 times in a day since 3 months. I went to the docter..he suggest me for the ultrasound ,blood test, stool test, but every thing is ok even there is no problem in kidneys , no sugar found. Only the minor fatty lever is found in report and the level of hemoglobin is low. I M not getting what is the main cause for the loose motions. Is this possible due to the low of hemoglobin ? Please suggest me what to do and what type of test should I give. I am regular patient of high blood pressure. I M using medicine since 25 years.
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Hi there I understand your concern...May be IBS... Diagnosis is very important in irritable bowel syndrome...you will need certain investigations to rule out other causes...investigations are ultrasound abdomen,liver function test,blood tests like complete heamogram,stool examination etc... There is no specific treatment of this disease. It can be controlled by altering diet pattern,psychological therapy and medicines. You can take course of antibiotics containing Ofloxacin and Ornidazole twice daily for five days...Consult nearest gastroenterologist they will do the needful.
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