I'm having difficulty while excreting in the morning. I get an urge to excrete but I am unable to. After 15 minutes,I get similar kind of urge with a temporary pain(pains too much) in the stomach area(may be intestinal area). Then after using toilet once again, i am not getting a feeling of completely Evacuated. It is so DISGUSTING to use Restrooms again & again in front of everyone. I tried medicines of constipation, which didn't work. One thing I noticed is that my stool is not normal, it is like paste(Not solid stool like others). I've got such a Embarrassing problem in this young age.
what is this disease called? What are the tests done to diagnose what disease is this & How much they cost? Any steps to treat this diseases.
Thanks In Advance.
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I can understand your concern.
You need to make some changes in the diet.
Take a high fiber diet and avoid oily and spicy foods.
Tab. Ornof twice a day after food for 3 days.
Drink plenty of fluids.
Syp. Duphalac 15ml before bed for 5 days.
Do not eat anything outside.
Consult a general physician in person if the issue still persists.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
1.Cap Pan-L once daily before breakfast.
2.Syrup Sorbiline 2 TSF twice daily before meals.
3.Syrup Duphalac 15 ml at night .
4.Tab Dulcoflex 2 tabs at Night ( only if needed once in a while - For 1-2 days , than Stop).
5. Plenty of water.
6. Plenty of salads.
7. Avoid oily , fried food.
It appears that you may be having amoebiasis....get your stool check up for ova or cyst and thereafter meet MD physician
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