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Extreme weight gain, stomach bloating, fat deposits on stomach, passing stools after every meal. Cure?

hi, i eat brakfast, lunch and dinr in small proportions bcz i had gained a lot of weight in d fast few years. lately i see my stomach seems to be more hard, as if the fats have gone solid there. my other body parts do not accumulate fats. and i have to have to pass stool after every meal in the last one week. its a nuisance. please help and advise
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Hello moumitaec09,

What you perceive as hard, fatty stomach may be bloating of abdomen which along with frequent stools point out to Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS)- a functional bowel disorder with no Organic cause but your symptom of extreme gain in weight points against IBS. You have not mentioned here about your Age, Sex, duration of symptoms precisely which have diagnostic implications. First you have to get yourself examined by a Doctor regarding your signs and symptoms for further evaluation... Take Care.

Dr. Parthipan
Answered: Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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