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Frequent motions, urge to pass stools immediately after food intake. Treatment?

I am 42 years old male and since when i was child my grandmother used to give me churana (a type of herbs to digest food), since last three years i was passing motions frequently some times 7 and some times more than this and my stools are some times solid and sometimes semi solids and sometimes all loose (mean I can see what I eat small small broken parts). whenever i eat either morning, afternoon and breakfast I immediately urge to pass stool, and I am passing immediately, my usually food in morning is chapatis( wheat bread with vegetables semi cooked) and in afternoon rice with curry and evening very light food. kindly suggest me shall i go for colonoscopy or other medical is avaible to get proper digestion and to get back normal stools. thanks and regards,
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

Such symptoms can be caused by food allergy, fistula between small and large intestine due to inflammatory intestines disease, IBS, intestines severe infection, severe pancreas disease.
Colonoscopy might be necessary but it seems the problem is not in the large intestine. I suggest you to start with abdominal ultrasound, full blood work, liver tests (AST,ALT,GGTP), pancreas amylase, bilirubin, urine analysis, stool tests. After this tests if no findings you may have colonoscopy performed. Abdominal CT with oral contrast should be also performed.
If all this tests will be negative, you should have allergy tests. You can also ask your doctor about Rifaximine and Mebeverine treatment.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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