stools soft and stick to toilet bowl
could be due to inflammatory bowel disease.
Thanks for asking.
I have gone through your query. Your problem seems to be due to excessive mucus secreted by the intestinal cells. As given in history your blood tests are suggestive of inflammatory disease of intestine which, if not treated properly, causes secretion of a large amount of mucous causing stools to be sticky.
As intestines are inflamed absorption of water from digested food is not proper hence causing soft stools.
I'd suggest getting a colonoscopy done. Ruling out the pathology of disease and treating it accordingly would provide you relief. Celiac disease has a specific treatment once confirmed it would be treated accordingly.
Do go for the colonoscopy once.
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Take 10 gram of isabghul husk three times a day. Initially soak it in XXXXXXX warm water for 15 minutes after that have it 3 times a day. It's a natural bulk forming agent and add bulk to stool.
Have Capsule Racicadotryl 100 mg thrice daily for 7 days. It's an anti secretory agent and would prevent secretion of mucous from intestine.
Have a probiotic like VSL#3 twice daily.
Eat light vegetarian food for few days.
Tell me how you feel after a week.