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Have loose bowels, tiredness and weird feeling in head. Eating lot of canned tuna. Keriorrhea?

I think I might have keriorrhea. I ve been eating a lot of canned tuna fish because it is an easy meal that is low in carbs. I m trying to loose weight. For the last 4 days, I ve been having a rectal discharge , not really diarrhea , just kind of loose bowels. I also have a weird feeling in my head, hard to describe as well as general tiredness. For the last week, I ve had bowel discomfort. Will this go away by itself? Do you think it is keriorrhea?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Yes this could be keriorrhea.The type of food your taking that is canned tuna fish, which contains only protein can produce keriorrhea. Your diet doesn't contain any fiber content and carbohydrates which very important for binding the stool. Feeling of tiredness could be due to lack of carbohydrate in diet as carbohydrates are the main source of energy. Include small amount carbohydrate and plenty of fiber in your diet in the form of fresh green leafy vegetable and fresh fruits which will besides binding the stool ,will also provide energy to your brain, as brain cannot use anything other than carbohydrates for energy.
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Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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