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I get stinky incontinence wind. How can i get rid of it ?

Hi, i have incontinence wind since 20 yrs . Throughout these yrs ,i had done examinations of the anus and colon several times but I did not find out any organic disease . Still, the wind come out from me without any control on a daily basis. It is often terribly stinky stool. 39 yrs, male
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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The wind coming out is a problem with many people and even it is accompanied with indigestion;distention of abdomen and if there is no pain no need to get worried.The stink in stool may be due to residue of infection left behind in form of cysts or ova's for which you can take an antibiotic like Metronidazole 400mg three times a day and for 7 days and also take medicine for worm infections .This treatment will erradicate the cyst;ova and infection in intestine and you should feel better.A very important thing is when you take Metronidazole never drink alcohol in any form as it will lead to serious reactions and potential health risk.Hopefully after this the wind should reduce.
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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Dr. Shainaz
Although there is no pain , but it is very embarrassing for me especially i’m working in an office surrounded by my colleagues. And people at a distance of 3 meters can smell easily. And i can hear their mockery.

Dr. Alisha,
I already tried this way, fasting and change my diet but still no benefit .

Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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