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Frequently passing stools, yellowish colour stools and urine. Suggestion?

Hi doctor since 4 years I have been passing stools 5 times in a day. Everytime I eat food I feel like passing the stool. Stool comes out with Yellowish water. It is affecting me very badly. While passing urine also color is yellowish. I thought it is normal. My stomach keeps making sound. Please help me to come out from this problem. I am not at all gaining weight because of this problem.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Yellowish urine is a normal thing, however stool should be rather brown.
You need to know that stool has its color thanks to bile secretion into it (bile is yellow) and bile digestion by intestinal bacteria (which make bile brown). So your symptoms and stool color are most likely caused by lac of good bacteria in the intestines which most likely have been replaced by pathological bacteria. This is the first issue which should be checked.
If intestines infection wont be present, chronic pancreatitis should be also considered.

I suggest you to start with blood work, liver tests, pancreas tests and stool tests. Please discuss with your doctor Rifaximine treatment. You should also start probiotic supplementation.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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