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Fever, food infection, loose motions. Had colonoscopy done. Irritable bowel syndrome? Help?

hello,my name is pushpanjali, age-30yrs, married since 5yrs. no kids. last yr in the mnth of september i got fever n food infection at same time, n turned to loose motion. all the required check up or tests has been done like conoloscopy, complete blood test , motion n urine test. but everything was allright n there was no infection also. i have already been consulted more than 5 doctors still i have been continued with same prob. my problem is considered as irritable bowel syndrome . whnever i intake spicy food, oil itemes prob turns more.presently i m taking sporolac tablet morn n night, clonam 0.5IR tab at night. i ve continued wit same medicene frm past 2 months. is there any other remedy or do i have to continue with same. plz do help me.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern look the Irritable bowel syndrome, is more or less it self is functional condition because when no specific cause found then condition being called Irritable bowel syndrome, all you nee to do is keep your stress level low no need to become too conscious regarding your bowel movement, stop all the medicine and have " Tab Clidinium with Chlordiazepoxide three times in day, hope this information helps you have a nice day.
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