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Colic Stool Frequency
Trigeminal neuralgia's med gabapine 400 is increasing stool frequency n upseting digestion.What to do to have relief from pain?
During last 2 days from time to time I can feel colic in the left side under the rib and also flactulate. It's not strong. Stool is ok.Should I worry?
Need more history: Have you travelled recently to places with poor water sanitation? Or been eating outside foods a lot? If not, I would let the symptoms of upset stomach run their course for a week or so. If still remains symptomatic, would recommend that you get yourself checked out for a better assessment. Feel good! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2 months. Mild colic pain, constant yellow stool, sometime orange, Bilirubin levels 23, frequent wind, had weight loss 6kg..put a lot back on. Age 18?
Gall bladder problem: Hello. Your bilirubin level is quite high and your symptoms sound like you are having digestive problems due to it. You may have a gall bladder duct obstruction or possibly a liver problem. You should be evaluated by a gastroenterologist or surgeon as soon as possible. Your primary doctor can monitor your bilirubin levels and order an ultrasound until you are seen by the specialist. ...Read more
My baby stool is hard. She cries too much during the day, maybe she has colic or because she is constipated, she wakes up a lot at night, im really exhausted and I don't know what to do :(?
Baby problem & Mom 2: This is a very troublesome problem that many parents face. It is very important to talk with the babies doctor asap and get checked so as you can tell him how many problems the baby is having. The problems often have good treatments which can help quickly. You must get some rest so you can take care of your self and your baby. If you are getting depressed you should immediately get help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4yr old boy wakes up wit pain at midnight goes to washroom passes small amount of stool with gas and sme mucous.wat cud b this?constipation colic pain
Abdominal pain: It is not uncommon for children to get some gas pain, possibly backed up behind some stool. If the pain resolved after he had the bowel movement, it's probably fine. If it keeps recurring or worsens, he should see his doctor. If there is blood in the stool, or he starts vomiting, call the doctor. ...Read more
Does homeopathic remedies have any side effects? My LO is 3 weeks old and I noticed that every time we give her a full dose or too for colic, she ends up having a and full of stool, spitting up and bad sleeping and feeding.
Homeopathy: In general they have no side effects. And most have not been shown to have any good effects either. But if you need to spend money for things that have not been proven to work it is up to you. ...Read more
Hi.can a 4yr old boy get up at mid night with gas colic pain.he was holding his penis area screaming,went2washroom nd pasd sme stool wit mucus and gas?
See doc: If the pain did not resolve after going to the bathroom and he is still screaming with pain, take him to the ER now. If the pain resolved then take him to his doctor today. ...Read more
Clear mucus after two weeks of emergency csec.
2-hurts when I have gas or want to pass stools (colic?)
3-burning feeling along the incision (think that's normal?)
4-cramped feeling/pain in my right side of chest after I wake up(lie down for some time) bre
I have floating stools sometimes there soft and sometimes they are hard and frequency changes everyday and pain in stomach that moves round any ideas?
Keep a diary : Stool characteristics change with what you eat. Mild abdominal cramping due to need to defecate may also change in position as the colon loops around your entire abdomen. In absence of other symptoms such as fever, weight loss, nausea vomiting, severe abd pain, I don't think you need to worry. You could keep a diary of your diet and your bowel habits and see if any foods cause discomfort. ...Read more
I have had sporadic bright blood coming from anus and pain, and some slight trouble with frequency of peeing. I also have had some ribbon-like stools?
I have UC & was rescoped because I've been having blood on the stool, thinner stool & increased frequency. But EGD/colon were normal & normal biopsies?
Improvement: I have been guessing that a gastroenterologist has made the diagnosis of UC. You appear to be an a pretty good level of this episodic but persistent condition. I would guess at this point you have some ulcerative proctitis but nothing going on in the rest of the tract. Hopefully it will persist in this manner but be alert for any worsening. ...Read more
-suffering bloody stools (decreasing)
-mucus in blood
- no stomach pains
-toilet frequency changed slightly
what should I do?
See your doctor: Bloody stools can be a sign of malignancy or other serious diseases. ...Read more
Uc flare with thin stools, chunks of blood in stool, and frequency. Egd, colonoscopy, biopsies & digital perianal & rectal exam all normal. confused?
UC is long-term: Ulcerative colitis is a lifelong inflammatory disease of the lining of the large intestine and rectum, that may have systemic consequences, is often relapsing, and can lead to colon cancer. Flares may occur acutely, even after an unremarkable colon evaluation. Don't delay in ruling out superimposed infection, & seeking help from your gastroenterologist. Call him/her now-- ...Read more
My 1 yr old daughter passing soft mucus stools. frequency increased from 1 to 4 times a day. no fever. eating well. two new teeth, new milk. straining?
Repetitive pain: Colic refers to the back and forth cramping pain in the abdomen. Many think only babies get colic but adults can be affected too. If this is severe and on going see your doctor to determine what is your cause. http://www.ehow.com/about_7228272_colicky-abdominal-pain-symptoms-adults.html ...Read more
Stressful: This is a very stressful time for your family. Colicky babies demand constant attention. You are sleep deprived already, then on top of that, you have the constant needs of this child. Walking in a sling is super helpful. Consider "baby wearing" as much as possible, not just you but dad and other family members. Never shake the baby, you can always set her down and let her cry, take a break! ...Read more
Crying unconsolably: A common definition of colic is an infant who cries for more than 3 hours a day, 3 days of the week, for more than 3 weeks. Although no one knows for sure what causes it, colic is fairly common, starting a few weeks after birth. Luckily, this condition goes away by about the third month of life. The main thing is to make sure your baby's crying is not caused by a serious condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Carry baby: This is a very stressful time for your family. Colicky babies demand constant attention. You are sleep deprived already, then on top of that, you have the constant needs of this child. Walking in a sling is super helpful. Consider "baby wearing" as much as possible, not just you but dad and other family members. Never shake the baby, you can always set her down and let her cry, take a break! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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