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Suffering from loose stools and stomach pain. Colonoscopy, endoscopy and biopsy normal. What is causing this?

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i have been suffering from loose stools(2-3 per day ) and stomach pain after eating for more than an year i have gone through colonoscopy and endoscopy .. and biopsy was also normal no colitis or crohn's .. i don't no why i am getting loose stools ..
Posted Thu, 1 Aug 2013 in Dental Health
Answered by Dr. Anshumala Singh 2 days later
Dear friend.

Thanks for sharing your concern.

As per your reports attached, it shows, you have ulcerated mucosa in the entire colon(last part of large intestine before rectum).

Hyper acidity leads to such chronic conditions.Loose stools and stomach pain suggests towards GERD(Gastro intestinal reflux disease) intestinal ulcers or duodenal ulcers.

When do you feel the pain starts ?Is it before taking food or immediately after taking food?

AS far as infection in the oral cavity(mouth) is concerned.It cannot lead to congestion and inflammation of colon.

Can you please mention, if your salivary flow is adequate?Also please mention the condition of teeth?Have you ever visited dentist with problems of erosion or attrition of teeth?

In this case please see your gastroenterologist for further and detailed help.

your dentist can examine the mouth and see the symptoms like erosion of teeth due to acidity and mouth ulcers, and can surely help in reaching at a better diagnosis,but the confirmed diagnosis can be made only by your gastroenterologist.

Please be sure that any dental problem cannot affect your gastro intestinal tract to this extent,where ulcers start developing.It is due to acidity.

Please let me know for further query.


Take care.

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