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HomeAnswersMedical Gastroenterologyabdominal painAfter experiencing green, loose stools, I subsequently developed lower abdominal pain, which has persisted for the past 20 days. Why?

What causes lower abdominal pain that follows green and loose stools?


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Published At December 31, 2023
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Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I recently experienced green, loose stools after eating a burger one night. I sought medical attention, and the stools persisted for about a week until they stopped due to the medication provided by the doctor. After that, I developed lower abdominal pain, which has been constant for the past 20 days. During this period, I have not experienced loose stools or signs of diarrhea. I consulted a gastroenterologist who conducted a sonography, blood test, and urine test, all of which reportedly yielded normal results.

I had engaged in some intense lower abdominal-focused exercises at the gym before these symptoms began. This pain is a new and unusual experience for me. At present, I am taking the following medications: Sompraz 40 MG, Colospa X, and Augpen LB 625.

I would appreciate any guidance on identifying the cause of this pain and the appropriate treatment.

Thank you.

Answered by Dr. Jagdish Singh


Welcome to icliniq.com.

I read your query and understand your concern.

The ongoing lower abdominal pain you are experiencing could be related to post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). To manage this condition, I would suggest you consider making some lifestyle adjustments:

  1. Engage in regular exercise, meditation, and yoga to help alleviate the symptoms.
  2. Avoid consuming juice and milk as they might exacerbate your discomfort.

I suggest you take the following medications:

  1. Take one Capsule Sompraz D (Esomeprazole and Domperidone) daily before breakfast.
  2. Take Tablet Colospa X (Mebeverine and Chlordiazepoxide) twice daily before meals.
  3. Take Tablet Rifagut (Rifaximin) 550 mg twice daily after meals.
  4. Take Tablet Bandy plus (Albendazole and Ivermectin) once daily at bedtime for two days, repeated for a total of 10 days.

Consult your specialist doctor, talk to them, and then take the medications as per their advice.

This should help you manage and potentially alleviate your symptoms. If the pain persists or worsens, do consult with your doctor for further evaluation and guidance.

Thank you.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Jagdish Singh
Dr. Jagdish Singh

Medical Gastroenterology

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