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Suffering from IBS. Passing stools more than two times a day. Stools showed skin like flakes floating. What is the cause of this?

I am a 24 year old female, diagnosed with IBS about 6 years ago. I go diaherra, about twice or more a day, usually every other meal or so. Today I went and I have not eaten tomatoes or anything like that, but there appeared to be tons of skin flakes floating in the toilet, they looked like just that, tons of skin. What is the cause of this?
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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The flakes you say you are passing might be mucosa, undigested fiber or mucus. The motion frequency is not high, only 1-2 per day. You have not mentioned about the consistency whether they are liquid, semisolid or solid. If you are passing semi-solid or liquid stools please start Probiotics and Tab Ramosetron one tab at night. Also get stool routine microscopy and Culture/ Sensitivity done. Thanks.
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