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Having digestion problems. Tests reveal fatty liver. Also have BP. Reason?

Hi Dr Charles, last 3 weeks back all of a sudden my bowel movement was distracted , first day i had very loose stools , second day bleeding with loose stools , after that couple of days stools with white mucus , after that 2 days i had sudden pain occuring and urge to go to washroom unfortunately i couldnt pass the stools , felt something is blocking it. pain was suuden occuring and would subside in few minutes, after 10 days i visited GP and she gave me bacterial tablets also digestion tablets , she also prescribed complete blood lipid profile , stools and urine. Reports were normal other than fatty liver . now im back to normal , still feel sometimes digestive system has changed a lot . it takes times for me to digest now. Also i have blood pressure 50 /90 now. i never had blood pressure before . what can be the cause Doctor for all these things happened in my life..
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Feb 2018
Hi. The blood pressure you have mentioned can be gastroenteritis you had. It seems not yet fully recovered. Fatty liver do not cause this problem. With the time, Blood pressure would be normal again. Please continue the medicine full course. Digestion would also improve with Medicines. always complete the course. You can start Electral ( ORS), coconut water. Healthy home-made food.
Answered: Sun, 22 Dec 2013
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