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Loose motions, pain in left body, gas. On healthy diet. What is wrong?

Hi doctor, I am a 48 year old female, i weigh 55 kgs, 165cm tall. I am generally quite healthy and exercise 4 to 5 times per week. My diet is good and consists of Breakfast: Greek yoghurt with Banana, berries,with LSA mix and Chai seeds., or oats and banana. Lunch salad with Protein( Tuna or chicken and egg) Dinner Lean meat and vegies, occasionally brown rice or mashed Sweet potato. i would drink perhaps 3 glasses of red wine per week, one coffee per day or water. i don t drink juice o soft drink. Recently my stool have been quite loose and occasionally I get pain in my left side, similar to a wind pain but can last 12 hours. Could you tell me what might be causing this and what should I eat to get firmer stools . Regards L Turner
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Thanks to contact through Healthcare Magic.

Your Body weight is perfectly OK. What about your Menstruation cycle? Some risk factors and symptoms associated with aging and menopause can't be changed. However, good nutrition can help prevent or reduce certain conditions that may develop during and after menopause.

Avoid drinking alcohol
Use plenty of water at least 7-8 glass in a day
Drink Aloe Vera everyday at empty stomach
Other food habits and exercise will be continued

Report after 6 weeks

Take care
Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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