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Painful and frequent bowel movement. Tested for celiac, IBS not crones. What is the reason?

Hi there I have a lot lower back pain when I need to have a bowel movement also have to use the washroom after nearly every meal doesn t seem to matter what I have eaten. I do eat fairly healthy vegetables whole grains fruit a lot of water etc I notice it is almost immediate when I eat salad. I have gone for colonoscopy and gave been tested for celiac they say ibs not chrones is there any other reason thus may be happening
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response r suffering from INTESTINAL AMEBIASIS and the treatment is very simple...take 2 tablets of SECNIDAZOLE and make sure you take both the tablets together,chew both tablets with s glass of warm milk at night and when u wake up next morning you will be perfectly fine
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