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Frequent watery stools, blood traces in urine, excessive burping, flatulence. What is the cause?

hello i have been going to the restroom all day with releasing watery stools mostly rushing out of me but not diarrhea where you can see the poop..just a little poop but mostly clear.I just went to the bathroom and urinated only to see it looks im about to start my period that i just got off last week. The discharge appeared to be orangest pink...what could be going on..and im extremely gassy burping and passing gas right before the rush of diarrhea.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

The frequency and consistency of stools largely depends on the type of diet consumed and the type of intestinal flora. Other factors like irritable bowel syndrome can influence the number of stools passed, however it usually is accompanied by other symptoms such as indigestion, abdominal bloating and pain.

If there are no associated symptoms I suggest you to take some probiotic supplements for a few days and eat a healthy diet - less spicy and less greasy food. If symptoms do not resolve in a few weeks, you may visit a gastroenterologist for detailed evaluation. Stool tests and colonoscopy are entailed.

Regarding the orange-pink discharge; occasional intermenstrual spotting is not abnormal. It can occur on some occasions probably due to hormonal changes or incompletely evacuated period. It is not concerning though. You would need to get this treated if symptoms persist or recur in the subsequent cycles.

Hope this answers your query.

Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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