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Mild gas issues. Occult blood positive. No acidity or vomiting. Why is stool brown?

Dear Sir I am a 28 year old man. BMI of 22. Has been suffering from mild gas problems. The ultrasonography of upper abdomen shown mild fatty liver . But have undergone an OBT which shows Occult blood positive,Frank Blood Nil, Parasites Nil and RBC Nil . I have consulted local physician. He told it could be a false test. He asked me to do the test again. Presently I have very less gas symtoms as taking a medicine Nepride Total . No acidity or Vomiting symtoms are there.Or any serious symtoms. Stool is browninsh in color. Kindly suggest. Thanks Sumit
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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hello sumith,

i havee gone through your symptoms and reports.your physician is right.please take the test after few days with proper precautions as advised by your doctor.please continue the same medications for 4-6 weeks and stop.
donot worry about your OBT report.have a nice day .
Answered: Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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