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Lower abdominal pain on left side, stool reports show ova, mucus, pus cells, on BP medicines. Could it be IBS?

I am 59. Sustained left tibia fracture one year ago, under best rest for 4 months with full and then below knee plaster . Suffering from lower abdominal pain in left side. Probably IBS . Stool report says R.W. ova (+), mucus and pus cells 4-5. Sometimes the pain streches to right side on similar line. Taking BP medicine Zosert 50 and Metropolol-50 once daily. No sugar problem. Please advise
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have a pain on left side of the abdomen and occasionally on right side too.Your stool report shows that you have a amoebic colitis Pl take following medicines for 5 days
Tab Orni -o- one tab twice daily ,along with Tab Pantaprozole 40 mg twice daily Avoid spicy food and take fruits and green leafy vegitables.
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