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Get loose motions immediately after taking food. What is the cause?

I am 46 years and so far i did not face any health problem except rare fever and cough and cold . every morning I regularly go to the toilet. But recently I observed that i am getting loose motions after 10 minutes of taking food and it is for only 2 to 3 times and after that everything is normal. can u help and given your opinion srinivasarao kokku
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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Your history suggest increased motility of gut which can be due to various causes,acid peptic disorder,GIT infection,and functional disorder like IBS.
You should consult a Gastroenterologist and with proper examination and investigations like endoscopy,once a diagnosis is made it can be treated and various prescription medicines are available to treat accordingly.
Take care of potable water and also take small and light meal in 3 to 4 hours.
If you smoke or use tobacco stop it.
Take care
Good luck to you
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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