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Stomach bloating, feels like bowl not getting emptied properly, getting worse. What could be this?

Every morning I need to go for a poo about Every morning I need to go for a poo about 5 or 6 times it seems that my bowl don't get emptied properly and through out the day soon as I eat envy thing my stomach bloat up straight away and I need to try and go for a poo and I can't always go i don't know what's going on I've had this problems for a few years now but it seems to be getting worse now hope you can help
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Hi Dear
welcome to the board of Health care magic

Dear It appears to me that your suffering with symptoms of chronic amoebiasis.

This can be investigated simply by stool routine examination.
Stool examination which in turn may show cysts of entoamoeba histolytica.

This can be easily treated with a full course of anti amoebic drugs.

Take pure water.

Avoid eatables which are not freshly cooked.

Hope you will improve with this.

Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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