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Random stomach pain leading to bowel movements. Temporary improvement with medicines. Permanent remedy?

hi, sorry for the past few days i have been eating and been fine but the at random times my stomach starts to really hurt and then i need to go to the bathroom. i have taken pain medicine and stomach cramp medicine but after a while it comes back again. any suggestions on what it is and what i can take to stop it from happening? Josh
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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After going through your history if this is only for few days you should see your doctor and get stool R&M to see if there is any infective or worms which can be easily treated.
There is no permanant remedy for such problems, you have to take care many issues.

If the problem persist and trouble some investigations of GIT like Upper GI and Lower GI endoscopy and Biopsy if required.

You must also get ultrasonography and visit to Gastroenterologist to rule out any significant abnormality.

If all other causes are not there possibility og Irritable Bowel Syndrome will be there.

You should take care of potable water and diet avoid oily and spicy food.

Take care

Good Luck.
Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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