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Feeling nauseas all time, with frequent loose stools, started after the delivery. Cause?

Hi, I feel nauseous all the time , the doctor thought it may be in my head but I know it s not, no tests were done and it only started happening after I had me second child . I was looking into the idea it may be a food allergy as I ve also had a change in bowl movement, becoming loose and frequent . This has been going on for around 2 years , what do you think?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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since you have long time loose stools, sure must have got treated by anti-bacterial and anti-parasitic medicines. so, get colonoscopy done once, if nothing can be found out, mostly it is IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). it can be treated by gut sterilizing antibiotic, some pro-biotic and amitriptaline. sue you will be benefited from that.

wishing you good health.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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