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Have upper abdominal pain, loose motion with mucus. Had MRI of gallbladder surgery site. Will toxin cleanse help?

Have had upper abdominal and back pain going into right shoulder blade...with watery diarrhea and long strings of gall bladder had it removed late 1990 s what does this mean? Had MRI last year of gallbladder surgery site...nothing showed up...will a toxin cleanse and parasite cleanse take care of this situation?
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Watery diarrhoea and mucus passage, since how many days. If it is acute than may be some antibiotic course with Ofloxacin and Ornidazole for 6 days will help but if the Right sided pain and passage of loose stools and mucus is for more than 15 days than elaborate tests like stool R/M, C/s and full workup for Chronic diarrhoea will be required. Thanks
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