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Extreme fatigue, lower abdominal pain, grey patch in stools. Took antibiotics for malaria. Cure?

I ve been perpetually fatigued for a week, got treatment for malaria but I m still not feeling better. Blood tests show that my sugar level is ok and I m not anaemic which is what I had intially feared. Started having lower abdominal pains yesterday and noticed a large grey patch in my stool today. I m getting worried because I unable to fuction. Noticed shotness in my breath too.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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As u have been recovered from malaria fever , any patient will have the fatigue commonly once they recover from any illness.
But in your case the grey patch in ur stools can be a dysentery or a improperly digested fat known as steatorrhea.
I advise you to consult ur family doctor and send ur stools for complete stool analysis. This will guide you what will be the cause and you will be treated accordingly.
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