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What causes stomach pain and loose stools with gastric trouble ? How are these prevented ?

Hi my name is manoj am 26 yrs(male).from past 5-7yrs am suffering from pain in my left side abdomen(its not pain but fell like uncomfortable feelings). It come when go out of my home. when problem come i get loos motions,i can t able to sit in one position,i can t sleep left side & from my stomach come sounds for every 2-3mints. am not able go out with my friends due to this problrm....... plz send me answer to my mail.My e-mail is
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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You could be having gas or bowel infection. Better to get checkup from your Doctor to rule out infection. Drink plenty of water. Eat soothing food like yoghurt, curds. You can take medicine to stop stools like Imodium. Better to get to the ER immediately.
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