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Have loose motion, prescribed Equirex and Torfix. Normal ultrasound but not feeling well

I am sufferring with Gastric pain and after showing to Doctor, he presctibed Oblogen OZ for 5 days, and Mebaspa for 30 days at night one tablet and Lupilia one tablet before food at day time for 30 days. After that I sufferred pain motion for two time atleast daily against he prescribed TORFIX for 15 days 6 tablet 3 times a day. But still I am facing loose motion at night, especially if I will go to toilet at evening, else no motion at night. Now there is no pain as for pain he prescribed EQUIREX 3 tablet a day for 5 days. After consusimg all the drugs I am not feeling ok. I tested all test like, stoo, ultrasound etc and all found normal. Subrat Kumar Padhi 0000. Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Welcome to healthcare magic!
You have not mentioned for how long you have been having loose stools.
Since the management of acute and chronic diarrhea is different, I would like to know how long you have been having diarrhea.
But since you have mentioned that you have done all basic tests done, I presume you have chronic diarrhea.
Since you have night time diarrhea also, further evaluation is necessary.
You need test like upper GI endoscopy with duodenal biopsy and colonoscopy for further evaluation.
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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