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Foamy, loose, stringy stools, trapped wind in stomach after drinking alcohol. Cure?

I have had foamy loose stools for about 2 months. I usually have healthy bm s up till then. I drink 6 beers a night. Sometimes my belly gurgles and feels up with air. When I go to have a bm it s just clear foamy bubbles and my poop always sinks? Also if its a good size poop it looks like the right color just stringy looking.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query

Foamy stools are indicative of a bowel infection, even more so if you are suffering from flatulence.
Here is what I suggest to you
1. Antibiotics like Ciprofloxacin with tinidazole is the ideal drug for you, you will have to take it for 5 days
2. Stool routine has to be given to rule ova, cyst and pus cells
3. Avoid eating high protein diet, milk and milk products
4. Drink atleast 8 glasses of water a day
5. Avoid alcohol as it is a gastric irritant
I hope I was of help

Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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