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Changes in stool pattern, pass gas with urine, blood and mucus on toilet paper with little stool since gall bladder removal. Cause?

I got my gall bladder removed 3 months back by laproscopy ever sincethat i havelot of changes in my stool pattern but laty i had been noticing that when i pass urine mye once or atmost twice a day i pass gas & then along with it theres a discharge when i clean it with toilet paper i saw blood along with mucus & sometimes theres v little stool also. I dont have any constipation rather have to goto the toilet min 3-4 times. Can you please help me what is all this happening. Thnks
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Hi Nanupuri,
Thanks for writing your query.

Bile juice secreted by gall bladder helps in digestion of fats. You should avoid fatty/oily foods after gall bladder removal.

Your symptoms are suggesting more towards infection of the intestines resulting in mucus and blood along with stools.

You should get your stool examined for Routine/microscopic and for Occult blood.
You may need antibiotic and antiamoebic according to the reports of the investigation.
Also take an antacid and Probiotic preparation.

Have light meals with less spice and oil.
If your problem persists, get yourself examined by your doctor.

I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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