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Abdomen hurts when passing stools. Jelly like substance on stools. Side hurts after drinking coffee. Reason?

hello i do not poop normal i sometime poop 3 time a week and when i do my lower intest hurt very badly i can feel my poop like it is squeezing throw something then it hurts then like 1 min i poop but it has some kind of jelly on it after i poop the pain gos away im 30 years old and a male and sometime in the moring when i drink coffee it hurts to where i cant walk i have to grab my side and wait for the pain to go away thank you for your time.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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You are suffering with constipation.
Please take high fiber diet,plenty of liquids.
If the jelly like thing is more,you have to use antibiotic like levofloxacin and ornidazole.
For abdominal pain,you have to take Antispasmodic like Dicyclomine.
Get an ultrasound abdomen and rule out any pathology inside
Wish you good health
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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