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Unilateral flank pain, loss of appetite, fatigue after multiple bowel movements. Test for coiliac disease clear. Help

I have regular moderate unilateral flank pain after multiple vowels movements. On a normal day of one bowel motion in the morning I am fine afterwards. However some days I will have up to 6 movements within a few hours - the aftermath if which is flank pain, loss if appetite and tiredness.
This has been going on for years, I have been tested for coiliac disease which was clear. I am a 52yr old male, fit, 1.8m and 75kgs. Any ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Dear sir, get done your colonoscopy and ileoscopy. if it is clear than probably you are suffering from irritable bowel disease. than i need to know your blood sugar level and thyroid status. if they are also within normal limit than have TAb NORMAXIN i tab three times a day . avoid consuming milk. and have more curd in your diet. the problem will solve with some time.

Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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