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Loose motion at interval of 2-3 weeks, acidity, gastric problem. Is it related to thyroid ?

hi, i have problem of loose motion at interval of 2 to 3 weeks from last 1 year. acidity and gas is common problem for me. my doctor has adviced me for blood , bowel and thyroid test. is thyroid related to loose motion?. he has prescribed me daraloc tablet , and drotin talets AND Pantac tablet. plz help me to know wheter prescribtion is right or not
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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lets start with the most common causes of loose stools and change in bowel habits..
1)chronic gastric infection like amebiosis
2)irritable bowel syndrome which occurs in persons who are under stress..too thoughtful or anxious by nature
3)thyroid and other illness
if you have other features of thyroid such as increased sweating..weight loss..palpitations..then thyroid can be suspected..other wise its nothing to worry
here are my recommendations to you
1)include high fiber fresh veggies and fruits..have 2 apples a day
2)drink plenty of juices
3)avoid spicy and fried food stuffs
4)try to have your dinner before 8
5)daily exercise is a must
most importantly..maintain a regular and healthy routine
6)lessen down caffeine intake as it contributes to acidity
with these changes in your life style you will conquer most of your problems
best luck
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