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Suffering from loose motion at the age of 25 years

Hello, doctor , I am 25 years old, i have motion problem, i remember from my childhood everyday morning i am going for toilet before and after breakfast, but these days after breakfast even if i go for toilet, again around 11am i need to go again, so at least per day three times, this is totally affect my life in work, pls advise
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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Hello Mr.chandramohan;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
In your case going for motions twice a day has probably become a habit and the third time is the main issue which is disturbing you.Get a stool routine examination done to see if it shows any sort of infection;cyst ;ovas of worms etc.If there is any problem then you will have to get an antibiotic like metronidazole/tinidazole prescribed by a doctor.Please consult a doctor with the stool report and he will prescribe the needed medicine.
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