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Motion many times in a day and mostly after having food, meagre stomach pain. Liver problem?

Dear sir,
My mother is having a problem.She have to go latrine many times in a day.After eating food, the food is not digesting and she has to go latrine immediately.sometimes there is small pain in stomach and doctor is saying lever problem.Is there any big problem with lever or any other thing.i am very much tensionied please explain me clearely what may be the problem and cure for this.
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Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
hi
thanks for your quiry
how many times a day
associated with pain

it is increased intestinal motility
either infectious
or drug induced
laxative abuse
infalmatory changes in intestine
so get stool RE and ultarsound done
and review me again,
give banana, rice and ORS
hope she will be fine and have speedy recovery

take care

Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response
THESE ARE SYMPTOMPS OF WHEAT ALLERGY
MANY PATIENTA ARE MISDIAGNOSED FOR THESE SYMPTOMPS
ACTUAL CAUSE IS WHEAT
ALLERGY CAN DEVELOP AT ANY TIME IN ANY AGE WITH ANY FOOD
WHEN IMMUNITY DECREASES ALLERGY DEVELO
I SUGGEST YOU TO GET BLOOD SERUM TESTED FOR WHEAT SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
AND CAN DO FOR OTHER COMMON FOOD LIKE MILK POTATO CHANA RICE NUTS AND EGG
GO FOR ELIMINATION DIET AFTER TESTS AND ITHINK SHOULD BE NORMAL IN 3 -4 WK TIME
TILL YTHEN YOU CAN GIVE SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT
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