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Have white spots in stool. Have pain in lower abdomen. Should I worry?

I have been having white spots in my stool for the past few weeks, on and off. Also, on occasion, I have noticed some bright red around it, but it s not there when I wipe afterwards. There has been no nausea , but there s been pain in my lower abdomen around my belly button, and sometimes I will go through episodes of loss of appetite , nausea, and dizziness when I do eat. However, these episodes usually clear up on their own. Should I worry?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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The white spots in stool may suggests many clinical conditions and to rule out those and to make the perfect diagnosis you should go for the stool examinations.. Generally the white spots in stools indicates the mucus origin in IBD( inflamatory bowel diseases), or parasitic eggs/larvae in co parasitic conditions, or fungus. In some chronic liver and gall bladder conditions, due to defect in fat metbolism, fatty globulesmay appearres in the stools.. you should go for the blood investigations for anemaic conditionsand stool examinations.. and follow some home remedies like washin hands properly before having meals and drink filtered distilled water.. take care..
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