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Frequent urge to defecate, unable to pass bowels, chills followed by diarrhea. Cure?

hi i have a huge problem and wanted to no if u can help i have to go poop but nothing comes out its not like i really constipated because when i do go to the bathroom i have the runs . then i have the chills all over my body and i cant even sit down or lay down with out getting back up and going to the bath room .. i even take fleet and the normal laxatives and it works a little but thats it
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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I read carefully all your concernsand I am sorry for you situation.

There are some causes of this situataion but most probable is acute gastroenteritis,candidosis.

If I were you treating doctor I would suggest change your lifestyle

1.using plenty of water(2-3 L), food reach in fibers like fruits vegetables
2.avoid fast foode, spicy foods,soft drinks, coffee smoking an d alcohol.
For the moment you can use spasmex and probiotics for cramps.

In my opinion you should take fecal analysis like coproculture, candida, ova /parasite if it still persist
All the best
Answered: Fri, 22 Nov 2013
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