I am suffering from irregular bowel. I feel burning sensation in the stomach and anus. If I eat anything spicy, I need to go to restroom immediately. My poop smells and is semisolid, sometimes watery but not like diarrhea. I am suffering with this condition for past one year. I am taking Clindamycin over a week now. What could it be? What can I do to improve my condition? Please help.
My eyes are mostly red. I used to sleep for 8 hours, still I feel tired and sleepy. There is no history of weight loss, abdominal pain, diabetes and blood in stool. I can here sounds in my stomach like burps. I feel bloating and also I am belching often.
Your history is suggestive of IBS only. In fact, your sleeping issues are also related to that, as IBS is mostly a functional disorder and is most commonly seen in anxious people.
IBS is of three types which includes diarrhea predominant, constipation predominant and mixed variety. You seem to be suffering from IBS - diarrhea predominant.
However, we investigate suspected cases of IBS with thyroid profile, fasting blood sugar and ultrasound abdomen. If all investigations are normal, then you are probably suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.
In case you ever have had blood or mucous in stools, you are required to get colonoscopy to rule out any evidence of inflammatory bowel disease.
IBS can be diarrhea-predominant or constipation predominant or mixed ... In the case of constipation-predominant IBS, I advise stool bulking agents like psyllium husk or lactulose to the patient Read full
.. syndrome) has become a common problem nowadays. The main reason for IBS is outside food.
A chronic infection caused due to unhygienic food results in IBS. Avoid outside food completely for six months and include two cups of buttermilk in your daily Read full
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