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Why don't I feel completely empty even after passing stools for 3 times ?

good morning Sir, i have to go for stool in morning around 3 times ,ist as i wake up at 5:30 am i drink 2 glass of water & go to toilet,then go for some exercise come back then take tea & lemon water then again at 7:30 am 2nd time to toilet later after breakfast again around 9:30 am i had to go 3rd time to toilet for stool.even then i feel iam not completely empty. please suggest Praveen Bagri
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Hello bagriclassic,
if yours stool consistency hard & not completely empty - then it is case of constipation advice-plenty of water,roughage(fibre- cucumber, tomatoo,radish,cauliflower), bulk forming like-gram,cereals, stool softener-laxative.milk of magensia, lactulose. if stool is loose,with oily consistency, pain in umblicus -then it is likely to be case of amoebic colitis advice- tab metronidazole 400mg thrice daily for 5 days, or tablet tinidazole 600mg twice daily for 5 days. hope my advice use ful to you. thank you.
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