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Loose motion, done blood test and stool test. What should I eat?

hi doc.. i am raki & i stay in bahrain. abt 3 month i am suffering badly loose motion. then i go to 1 doc they give me stool and blood test .. so stool test i dont understand & this is writing like that colour: ---- brownish consistency:--semi formed muscus:-- absent blood:-- absent adult parasite:-- absent ph:-- / reducing substances:-- / ova:-- not seen cyst:-- not seen vegetative forms:-- not seen pus cells:-- (++) rbcs:-- occasional others:-- budding yeast cells(+) food residues:-- nil doc tell me that time u have stool infection & he give me ( IMODIUM ) tablet so i want to tell u my problem now -- my stomach recently burning, felling something gas, whatever i eat i cant keep it long time & i have to go toilet.. minimum 4 to 5 times i go in the toilet.i feel hungry but i cant eat anything properly bcoz i am scared if i eat something i will go again toilet.. after that also little i eat. and what kind of food i will eat this time i dont have any idea .. but now i dont eat any oily food.. so plzzzzzzzz help me what should i eat and what should i do..
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Dont worry you will get well soon. Its just a mild infection.
Take tablets as prescribed by your doctor.
Drink more water. Frequent episodes of loose motion leads to loss of fluid & electrolyte from body, so drink more fluids like coconut water, rice kanji, daal water, juice like apple or pomegranate. You should avoid dehydration.
If you are able to tolerate fluids than have bland diet, Avoid eating spicy & oily food items.
Wish you good health.
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