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Green bowels. Why? Bad appetite. What are the risks of infections?

I HAVE BEEN HAVING GREEN BOWELS NOW FOR AT LEAST A MONTH; CONSISTANLY W/ MAYBE 3 EXEPTIONS. I DON T KNOW WHY? I AM CONCERNED IT COULD BE INFECION OR MORE. HAVE REALLY BAD DENTAL HEALTH, DRINK TOO MUCH MT.DEW. DON T REALLY HAVE AN APPETITE I EAT USUALLY 1 MEAL A DAY. I AM GETTING READY TO SEE ABOUT RESOLVING ALL MY DENTAL PROBLEMS...WHICH WILL BE A RISK OF INFECTIONS; I JUST NEED ADVICE. IT S BEEN TEN YEARS SINCE I VE SEEN A DOCTOR; WITH A FEW SICK EMERGENCY VISITS!!! WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE? ALSO I HAVE NO INSURANCE!
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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hello
i read your problem.yes definately you should see a dentist
and a physician.let me tel you mouth is the main source
of infection.since you have bad orql hygiene
i would advice you to get scaling of your teeth done
use betadiene mouthrinse twice daily brush twicr daily.
have nutritous meals.iron and vitamin supplements
will have.have short meals every 3hrs.try to reduce
drinking.
regards
dr.sapna
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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