indicated that starchgranules are present but everything else is normal. What could be the problem & what ...Hello! I recently did a stool test after having stomach troubles like passing on the stool several ...
Ive got levels of starch ++ in my stools , im scared that it might be that my pancreas ... in the stomach area with constipation and then loosening of the stool, bad breath, sometimes vomiting or nausea ...
HellO, SIR/MADAM One of our patient showing presence of starch in the stool iodine mount .what are all the clinical conditions associated with this. we are not come to the diagnosis as RFT,LFT, Hb %-11 ...
Hello, i had a stool analysis yesterday and the results are: color: Brown, Faecal, Conssitency: Semi formed, Mucuc, Blood, Fat, Pus, Worms are Nill pH:Acidic Starch: Some, Muscle Fibers, Fat: Few Pus ...
,Cysts-Absent,Trophozoites-Absent,Larvae-Absent, Pus Cells-Few, Rbc- Absent, StarchGranules-Absent, Yeast Cells-Absent. Cryptospondium Hpylon antigen ...hello there. This morning we collected our baby s stool and took it for a Stool Microbiology test ...
My stool report indicates vegetable cells + + and starchgranules +. Reaction acidic,colour Brown mucus trace . I am seventy. Gets crams in stomach after pas
the report seems ok
i would suggest you try to lower the vegetable content or make it boiled.
and try an usg abdomen and if thats normal than colonoscopy
Im 8 stone and really want to lose weight. Im 5ft 1 how can i lose it ? I get down because of my weight a lot
Hi I read your query and understood your concern. The best way to loose weight is; better self-esteem, a balanced hypocaloric diet (low in starch, fat and reach in vegetable proteins) and physical activity.
Blood in stools and bloated
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
Given you age, blood in stool warrants investigation. Have you been doing your screening colonoscopy? if not , please consider doing so now. Please, see your gastroenterologist
Also, a stool exam and a good rectal exam will help establish some other causes. Get consulted and let the cause be established.
Thanks and wish you well.
Dr. Ditah, MD