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Pressure in abdomen, passing loose stools, mild temperature, chills, lightheadedness, bloating, mild pain. Solution?

It feels like I m trying to pass gas or have to have a bowel movement , but only loose stools come out, it doesn t relieve that sensation. That started last night, then today I have a mild temperature of 99.0 and feel like I have the chills, lightheaded. my cheeks are warm. The worst part, the part that concerns me is that the bloating is so achy, I feel like I have done a thousand abdominal crunches and it is mild pain.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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Hi, It seems that you are suffering from a abdominal infection .I think that you need to take antibiotics for your loose stools along with antispasmodics for abdominal pain.Kindly take semisolid or liquid diet,proboitics and maintain good hydration .In case of fever take tab. Paracetamol . Hope it helps.
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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