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Pass stool whenever taking food. Have gastric problem, stomach irritation. Treated with rifagut for infection.

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Hi I pass stools immediately after eating food, drinking juice or milk. Whatever i intake, i pass it out. Also i have an irritable sensation in my abdomen with gastric problem. I was treated as stomach infection with VSL#3 & Rifagut 400 mg. So i didn't suffer from this problem for 2 months. once i stopped the coarse of tablets, again the problem started. Now am continuing the above medicine, but no use. Still i suffer with stomach irritation, with gastric problem & passing off stools immediately after food intake. Am worried. Am a female & 28 years old. Help to provide suitable medication & solution
Posted Mon, 27 May 2013 in Digestion and Bowels
Answered by Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani 19 minutes later

Thanks for posting your query.

I can appreciate your concern, as gastric problems are quite annoying and disturb the routine life.

The possibilities in your case are:

Un-diagnosed stomach infection
Over Active G.I. tract due to many reason like food habits, anxiety, infection etc.
Poor digestion
Thyroid disorder

Please consult a gastroenterology and get your self properly investigated.

You may require:
Stool test
Thyroid function test
Endoscopy etc.after consulting the doctor to have precise information and proper diagnosis.

In mean time please do following which should help.
>Take frequent small meals. Chew them properly
>Avoid maize products, fried foods
>Take proper sleep, avoid tense situations
>drink plenty of fluids
>Take diet XXXXXXX in fibres
>Have more of fruits, salads etc.

I hope this helps.

Wishing you good health.



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