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Have bloating, dyspepsia, constipation. Colonoscopy normal. Persisting diarrhea. Anything serious?

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I am having problems of bloating,flatulence,dispepsia,loss of appetite,stomach cramps,passage of mucus through stools.and constipation.I got my stools tested and it was revealed presence of giardiasis.Endoscopy and colonoscopy revealed also present.In addition to this severe malabsorption.Graying of hair and dandruff on the face is noticed.Is this condtion serious?.Is it curable?If so suggest safe and sure cure remedies.Thanks.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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The symptoms u presented with could possibly be due to irritable bowel syndrome. It is a psycho-somatic condition where we donot find any abnormality in the tests but still we have severe bowel symptoms. When other drugs fail, treatment by an antidepressant helps. Many patients had relief of these symptoms with antidepressant drugs. Try consulting a psychiatrist for ur problem.
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Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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