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Will white rice help with runny stools ?

I am having very black tarry like, runny stools . I have diagnosis of IBS . My friend told me I should eat white rice now to help stools fromm being so runny. I think the black color is from taking 800 mgs last night of NASID(IBPROPEN) BUT I DIDN T HAVE TYLENOL ON HAND. DO YOU AGREE I COULD BENEFIT FROM THE RICE NOW TO HELP WITH RUNNY STOOLS?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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I disagree that rice will solve your problem.

You have an acute peptic ulcer disease which is bleeding now. It needs to be sincerely addressed. I suggest you better go on Anti ulcer medication for at least a month with the help of your local doctor.

Ibuprofen is the clear culprit and you should avoid all the NSAIDs in future.

Answered: Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see IBS which is irritable bowel may because of anxiety or stress leads to fat the intestinal you go for stool examination .because black stool mans infection or occult blood .concern any surgeon for that.avoid eationg outside food.take T.vibact ds one in mor and one in eve which improve your digestion.
Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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