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Done nose surgery, stomach pain, done lab test

History, i have received DNA ( Nose Surgery) before 11 months, after that i received some time stomach pain and still feel stomach paid detail as below as per laboratory report . please guide me. YYYY@YYYY This act of kindness i shall pray for you. (Stol DR) PHYSICAL CLOUR= BROWN CONSISTENCY= SOFT MUCUS=NIL BLOOD=NIL WORMS=NON SEEN MICROSCOPIC. R.B.C= NIL/HPF PUC CELLS=OCCASIONAL/HPF MARCOPHAGES= NONE SEEN PARASITES=NONE SEEN OVA/CYST= NONE
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Thank you for the query.

It is possible that you have pathologic intestine bacterial flora growth. It might be caused by your hospital stay for nose surgery where bacterial flora is completely different than anywhere. Such bacteria growth impedes proper intestine work. It is quite common factor which causes IBS.
It is advisable for you to try Rifaximine treatment prescribed by your doctor. Before that you should have abdominal ultrasound and foll blood work and urine analysis.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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