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Have watery discharge. No pain. Had eaten gooseberry with salt. Cause?

hello doctor, yesterday i had a watery discharge evacuation..but i have not experienced any pain in my stomach stools clour was normal...i consumed two gooseberry with salt afternoon..does it cause me to discharge like that?..but today my morning my evacuation was normal..stool came out in semisolid there anything problem with sudden watery discharge....plz help me to clear my doubts
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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welcome to HCM,
as per the symptoms u have been explained, single episode of watery stools doesnt have any significance because the next time you got normal stools, and more over you have no abdominal pain or assusme it doesnt carry any significance...its propably an osmotic problem because u have consumed some fruits with salty preperation...

so you need not worry about it..

Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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