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Persisting diarrhea, mucus in stool. Stool test suggested. Chances of cancer?

Hi, my stomach is upset since 3 weeks... 1st i had loose motion for 1 day then 4 to 5 days motion was not going, then everything was normal, than again little plain started...5 days back i again visited the doctor he asked for stool test and he prescribed nutroin-b plus and pancron instead of motion mucus is going... can u help me with this.... i am afraid regarding the mucus as i heard the symtom of cancer
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Hi pillair,

Make You clear that You have no CANCER.

Symptoms you got are of Diarrhoea , Possibility of Dysentery too.

You have to take ORS - Oral Rehydration Solution & make it in Water & Drink as much as possible to avoid dehydration.

Diarrhoea also be treated by anti-microbial ask Ur Doctor to prescribe.

Take rest & Avoid Spicy Foods. Get Well Soon .

- Regards, DR JIGNESH .
Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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