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What is the cause of urge to pass stools on eating in one with grade 1 fatty liver ?

Hi , I am 29 year male. for last 10 days i am felleing pain in my upper stomach . Also i have urged to go to loo 4 to 5 times in a day. i have a history of grade 1 fatty liver 4 years ago. whenever i eat i have urged to go to bowel and feel irritation in passing sttol. my stool gnerally semi solid. now i am taking medicine clospa, aristozime and liver aid. i am little bit tense on the issue. please suggest me
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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hello gaurav.portia,
pain in upper stomach- may be due to acid peptic disease, as acid secrection increase in loose motion . also fatty liver presents- usually in obese, alcoholic, diabetes mellitus or metabolic disease- advice- tret cause of fatty liver. urged to pass stool frequently- likly irritable bowel syndrome advice- stool microscopy & culture, blood- HB, TLC, DLC, ESR, liver function test,, USG abdomen for gall stone & biliary disease, hydrogen breath test for fructose & lactose mal absorption, endoscopy & biopsy hope my advice use ful to you. thank you.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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