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Dry heaves after a sluggish bowel movement causing a sick feeling. Reason?

Every so often for the past 3 months when I have a bowel movement that is sluggish I get dry heaves. Not during a regular bowel movement only when it is diarrhea or sluggish. I had c-def a few years ago and that is the same smell when it is sluggish. Why would i get dry heaves during my bowel movement. I do feel sick afterwards for awhile. But then it goes away.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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HI
Thank for asking to HCM
I appreciate your concern this might be functional condition that you have developed and the emotional stress would be the reason for this, in opinion first of you have to symptomatically treat the heaves and for that the best medicine is Tab Hydroxyzine 10 mg three times in day, this would give good response for the other problem like bowel movement you have to be cool away from the anxiety and depression, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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