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Stomach aches and poops are not solid. Taking protein and creatinine. Is that it?

Hi, I am a 20 year old college student and have been having stomach aches and not pooping solids, it also looks like small BBs . I have been having side aches and expanding stomaching once I consume food. What could these symptoms be? I am also an athlete and take protein and creatine , I have been been told creatine can lead to kidney stones . What do you think it could be?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Your symptoms are suggestive of a condition called irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), however excessive proteins and other dietary supplements can also cause these symptoms.
Are you taking any drugs to improve stamina or muscles too ?
Why not stop all the food additives and high protein diet for a week and see if it helps.
If that doesnot help then you will need a trial of some medicines called gastrointestinal sedatives and are used to mamage IBS .
You can take these under guidance of a gastoenterologist.
Answered: Mon, 5 Aug 2013
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