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Constipated stools, done colonoscopy, have IBS. Treatment?

I am suffering from greasy pasty fatty sticky constipated stools( NOT diarrhea sticky stools). Very difficult to evacuate my stools from instestine as my stools seems to contain undigested fat(might be steatorrhea or mal absobption). I went to gastroentrologist and had my colonoscopy . I was told by doctor that I do not have any problem in intestines or rectum . I was told by the doctor that I have little IBS problem. But I dont think so. Nothing has Improved, I feel some problem with Pancreas or liver. I have very less digestion these days, and very difficult to evacuate my stools becoz of greasy,fatty in nature. Previously I am a constipated patient from last 10 years, But I cured a lot by doing pranayam and yoga and Improved my intestine moments a lot. Suddenly for last 2 months I am suffering from greasy fatty sticky stools(incomplete bowls also) which I never had this problem in my life other than constipation. I take fibre food everyday with low fat yogurt along with good amount of water. Please suggest me right prescription and treatment for my disease. Kind Regards, Raj Shekhar, Hyderabad.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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