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Have liquid stools more than once in day with dull pain. Why?

hello kishore from india....for the last one and half months i have one problem....2 times im going to toilet morning and sometimes in the afternoon after lunch or in the night after dinner....usual morning timing no change...but afternoon or night time daily liquid stool comes out with light pain in stomach....morning stool also not makes me to feel that 100 percent of my stool excretd....
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Passing stools after food is due to gastrocolic reflex. Which is normal you need not have to worry for that. Little crampy pain will be due to increased intestinal movements, which is normal.
Try to take more fibrous diet, water in your diet.
Daily regular moderate exercise
Healthy life style modifications will help to regularise your bowel movements.

Have a good health

Dr. Vidya
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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