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Burning stomach, abdominal pain. Blood in stool. Done tests. What is the problem?

sir, my age 34 & weight is 64 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- examination ultrasound abdominal conclusion is normal ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- examination ; x-ray abdomen ------------- ;no air /flud levels seen ;psoas shadows normal ;no calcification seen. ------------- ;no suggestion of intestinal obstruction seen. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LIVER FUNCTION SGOT ( AST) 15 0 ----------- - 37----- SGPT( ALT 17 0 -------------- - 40 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STOOL EXAMINATION; COLOUR---------------- BROWN REACTION----------- ALKALINE BLOOD-------------NIL WORMS---------------- NIL CONSISTENCY-----SOFT ODOUR------OFFENSIVE MUCOUS-------------- NIL PUSCELL/HPF----- 1 - 2 RBCs/HPF---- 0 - 2 Ova -------------- NIL CYSTs ------ NIL PROTOZOA ---- NIL STARCH --------------- NIL FATTY ACIDS ----- NIL MUSCLE FIBERS --- NIL VEGET CELLS-------- NIL NIL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- URINE REPORTT PYISICAL EXAMINATION VOLUME -------------- SAMPLE COLOUR ----------- YELLOW ASPECT -------------- TURBINE Sp.Gr. ----------- 1 .020 CHEMICL EXAMINATION GLUCOUSE --------- NIL KETONES ------ NIL BILIIRIUBIN ----------- NIL URIBILINOGEN---- N.TRACE PH ---------- ACIDIC PROTINE ------ NIL LEUKOCYTES ----- NIL BLOOD ------- NIL NITRITE --------- NIL MICROSCOPE EXAMINATION PUScells ---------- 2 - 3 RBCs ------------ 1 - 2 casts --------- nil crystals/amorph ---- nil epethelial cell ----- few Ova ---------- nil bacteria/ yellow cell---- nil ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- my intestine is burn when eat barbikube & hard work some time have blood in stool & abdomen pain please doctor tell me what is my problom & what test i need e- mail YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Arshad,

I go through Ur query.

-U have given incomplete details like duration of symptoms. It is probably Gastric Acidity problem.

Take antacids from Medical store.

- U have Blood in stool with ??? duration.

So consult doctor if blood loss is more. Otherwise take Oral Iron therapy for 1 month.

- Avoid Spicy Food & More Sour food

- Avoid Irregular habit of eating

- Avoid Junk Oily foods frequently

- Eat Spinach & green leafy vegetables in regularly.

- Take One tablet of Albendazole as Wormicidal agent
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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