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Frequent lower abdominal pain, white deposits in stools, relief after passing bowels. Related symptoms?

Hi. I have recurring lower left abdominal pain . It is not severe but it is present quite frequently. I am a 50 year old female and in good general health.. Today, I have also noticed white deposits in my stools - like a pine nut in colour and size. Are the two linked? I felt really quite ill today until I went to the loo and once I had been, I feel normal again.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
As per the details u have given, it seems you are having more of BACILLARY/AMOEBIC DYSENTARY..but to rule out the exact cause ,
i advise you the
1.COMPLETE STOOL ANALYSIS..this will give entire details regarding any parasitic infections/ worm infestations/ infection ...
so consult a genaral physician , and have done your stool test , and ultrasound it will give better idea about the problem..
Answered: Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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