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Loose motions and then constipation. Ayurveda medicine helped. Why is it happening again?

Hi, i hv bad digestive system for years now. i used to have loose motions always around 6 yrs back.. den i started having constipation wich doctors said is colitis .. once i bleeded also frm my amus drop by drop.. took ayurvedic medi n relieved.. now i get loose motions n wen i take medicine for it it converts in constipation... n den i hv to take medicine fr constipation... y dis frequent change?? wats its reason n cure??
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
really appreciate your concern as long as the history given here for your digestive problem according to you this is very chronic condition and this is continue since then, but in my opinion this is nothing to worry because this could be functional condition and not the disease, just stop paying attention towards this, every thing would be fine once you stop thinking about this, take care and have nice day.
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