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Tiredness, light-headed before passing bowel movements, nasal discharge. Causes for symptoms?

I feel extremely tired, lightheaded right before I m about to have a bowel movement . When I pass stool right after that, I have a runny nose . I don t stress while passing stool - I am never constipated. Once I m done passing stool I feel infinitely better and back to normal. This has been the case for more than a year now.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to HCM.
History of illness is very ambiguous so very difficult to answer but lightheadedness and tiredness may be due to .
1 Anemia , diagnosis can be confirmed by hemoglobin examination.
2 In few persons urge of defecation causes mild increase in blood pressure so that may be the reason .
3 Amoebic colitis is the another reason so get in stool examination enamoeba histolica .
4 Ulcer in very early stage may be in colon .Diagnosis can be confirmed by colonoscopy.
In my opinion deal as mentioned above.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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