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Bloating for long periods after eating certain foods like flour or split peas. Loose stools every morning, sometimes watery and explosive with gas. So?

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Dr. Andrew Shiller
25 years experience in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Need more info: Symptoms are best understood in the context of age and health history, but you don't provide that. Some people with symptoms like you describe should be seen by a gastro-enterologist. They can see if there is a particular disease process going on. Many have something called 'irritable bowel syndrome' where certain foods cause gas and loose stools. But an expert should make that diagnosi
Answered on Apr 7, 2018

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