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I have loose motion for 5 years. Is it normal ?

sir my name is sikandar i m 25 yrs old my height is 5 feet 6 inch nd weight is 45 nd i have a problem of loose motion from last five years nd when i drink water my stomach is like so weighty which i cnt handle nd whenever i eat spicy food i hav blood in my stool nd i havent got proper treatment from any doctor i hav done a colonoscopy nd ugi endoscopy which are seen normal study sir can you please help me out i m waiting for your rply
Asked On : Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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Hi,Sikandar,thanks for query.It is good that your scopy reports are normal.Which rules out major causes.I hope an ultrasound is also done,if not please go for one.In case of all the normal reports and having problem means ,you can have IBS(irritable bowel syndrome).This type of problem occurs in this.Anxiety and your nature plays a big role in this.Just try to look for this.Treatment is need to take care of what you are eating.bye.
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