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Experiencing nausea, loose stools, diarrhea, bowel movement softer and covered with black spots. Is it parasitic infestation?

i am a y/o black female that has been experiencing nausea and frequent loose stools (10-12 a day) for the past week. the nausea and diarrhea finally resolved approximately 2 days ago but recurred again today after i began eating again. i had a bowel movement that was not diarrhea, but it was also softer than usual but this time it was covered in pinpoint black smearable spots. what are the spots???? could it be a parasitic infestation and these are the laravae? or could it be blood?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Hi Friend ..
Thanks for using Health care magic forum ..

I read your query and pinpoint black spots can be due to undigested particles that will look like mustard seeds.

I recommend you to get prescribed for Tablet Ofloxacin & Ornidazole for 5days
And a probiotic for 5 days and your health responds good like normal life ..
Drink plenty of water and energy drinks to stay hydrated .

In case it keeps on recurring go for a stool examination and if that has Pus cells go for a culture report and get treated accordingly by Gastroentrologist.

Hope this information is Helpful.
Take Care.
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