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What could be the reason for loose stools ?

hello am worried about my young fit hubby who has just had another colonoscapy (please excuse speeling). and got the all clear but about 8 weeks ago he got a perinormal abscus on his inside buck check , he was in hospital for 2 days, n cleaned himself very thouroughly salt baths etc. But ever since he has had regular trips to the toilet and always a spray (Stools). Arfter today we just not sure whats going on, oh yeah he also has hemaphiliosus. gets blood drained every six months. hope you can try n help cheers
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jul 2011
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Since your husband had a perianal abscess, there would have been obstruction to the anal canal causing difficulty in passing stool. If the infection has not cleared and a swelling still present this may cause problem passing stool. He may be having a gastrointestinal infection which is causing this spray of stool due to increased gas passage. Since he is a Haemophiliac he needs to be careful and not get hurt or bruised and must follow treatment advised by the Doctor. Get his shown to his Doctor to get his stool tested for infection and proper antibiotics may be started. Let him be well hydrated with lots of water and fresh fruits and vegetables.
Answered: Tue, 5 Jul 2011
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