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Pain in lower abdomen. Frequent bowel movements. Not responding to antibiotics. USG-WNL, blood picture N. Advice?

gd mng sir, medical admin by profession,having dull pain in lower abdomen ,sometimes colicky in nature 3-4 motions /day,for last 15 days. not responding to antibiotics , USG -WNL, blood picture N , Colonoscopy done till hepatic flexure-WNL, further abandoned due to non tolerable pain. my doc is not ready to do procedure under GA due to fear of perforation. what should i do ? i am much worried . thanks
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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It seems your worry is the main cause of your symptoms as all the investigations are WNL.what is the colour and consistency of stools?3motions per day is normal.but if the stools are watery or mucous is there then you need to worry.You can fry some(spoonful) poppy seeds and grind it to paste and can have with food which is helpful if loose motions are there and if mucous is there it s/o Amoebiasis and you have to have home cooked food and avoid outside food and have to take antibiotics.
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