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Thin stool
I have been noticing that I am not able to pass stool properly . It appear thin stool and is clay colored and though I eat a lot it still feels bowel doesn't empty .I have bowel issues since childhood but since week I have noticed the stool doesn't come out irrespective of eating roughage. What can be the possibilities . I observed this change after taking a hair multivitamin but since the stool is thin and doesn't even come I am worried
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Okay, for now, with those limited details, you can start taking isaphghula husk 1 tsf with half cup of luke warm water or milk. Take a tab domeridom 10 mg before breakfast for next 3-5 days. Have a plenty of water and take a walk of atleast 10 mins after each meal. Its good that you are taking a good amount of roughage. Keep doing that. In case of any further inquiry,  contact with details.
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As you said clay coloured stools, this could be due to pancreatic insufficiency where fat in food not digested and there is significant malabsorption .
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Don’t use laxatives, they will do more than benefit without proper diagnosis and use.
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