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Undigested Food In Stool Home Remedies
Mucus in Stool:
Some amount of mucus in the stool is normal;
Significant amounts of mucus and mucus accompanied by diarrhea, pain or blood may signify an intestinal condition such as infection or inflammation.
Increased amounts of mucus in the stool can also occur with cancers of the colon or rectum or with bowel obstruction.
See your Physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Cod liver oil: Seemed to work when I was a kid... ...Read more
I have got swelling in my anus. And I cannot even pass stool properly: ( (...Moreover I am trying to concieve too. Plz tell me some home remedy?
No other disease?: One with constipation needs to be sure there is no other disease causing it. If due to slow movement of food and poop through the gut, then things to try are leafy vegetables, water, prune juice, prunes and similar fruits, fiber with water, Miralax (polyethylene glycol), Senokot or other senna, milk of magnesia, or other laxatives. Impaction needs laxatives, an enema, maybe with a helping hand. ...Read more
Black, tarry, foul: Smelling stools can be due to GI bleeding. If this description fits see a doctor. ...Read more
My three months old daughter has diarrhoea and there is mucus in the stool. What should be the treatment?
3 yo and diarrhea: Has she been on antibiotics - if so - probably best to take her to a doctor to be checked if not and if this an acute issue - probably the best is to put her on a clear liquid diet - apple juice, jello, gatorade or pedialyte or water ice is fine. If she tolerates this - gradually increase her diet to a brat (banannas, rice cereal, applesause, and dry toast) no dairy though for several days. ...Read more
Fiber, hot baths: "rectal injury" from a large hard stool is most often an anal fissure that will heal in a few weeks with soft stools. Hot baths will help the muscles relax and reduce discomfort. Increasing fiber and water intake to keep the stool soft is important. If it is not getting better within a couple of weeks you should see your doctor. ...Read more
Don't panic: Mucous is made by the colon and sometimes means that the colon is inflamed or irritable. I would get checked out by your doctor or a gastroenterologist to be safe. ...Read more
So you have to have an endoscope if you have gone through hpylori treatment and now have negative stool result?
No: You should be fine without it. If you are still having symptoms, talk to your gastroenterologist. ...Read more
See your doctor: Black tarry stools are an indication of bleeding in the GI tract. Taking iron may impart a black color to the stools. If you have any doubt see your doctor for a proper evaluation to rule out GI bleeding. ...Read more
Fat droplet in stool: The amount, color, frequency of stool varies with foods, speed of emptying of the GI tract, medications ; supplements ingested, gut flora (unique for each individual), additives (like blood), subtractions (like absent bile), infection, inflammation, & other factors. You are describing steatorrhea--due to maldigestion, pancreatic insufficiency, ingestion of olestra or orlistat, high fat intake... ...Read more
Determine cause: Black stools could be due to iron supplements, bismuth antidiarrheal agent (e.g. Pepto bismol), or bleeding from the upper gastrointestinal tract or sometimes right side of the colon. Bleeding can cause black, sticky, smelly bowel movements. If not taking iron or busmuth, or it continues after stopping, it really is necessary to get seen and be sure there is not a serious but treatable cause.. ...Read more
Go to the local: Health department. They will most likely treat parasitic disease without charge. There is NO over the counter treatment and it is dependent on the specific parasite you have. Do not delay as more serious conditions and spread of the parasite can occur. ...Read more
You need to get: To a specialist right away. It sounds like you are having an acute flare up. This can result in a life-threatening emergency. ...Read more
Watery stool and I went always in the bathroom every hour and aching tummy what it would be? What remedy
Use stool softener.: Both as treatment and prevention. Eat more fiber, drink more water and exercise more. Hemorrhoids are basically veins that have been injured by our bad habits. Don't let your stools become very hard, the job of the colon is to recover the fluid in the stool;if we do not drink enough water, or eat only highly processed food (no fiber) and don't exercise (the helper to bowel transit) we can expect problems. ...Read more
Yes and no, it depen (penicillamine): The reason for rectal bleeding needs to be determined first. It can be an anal fissure from hard stools...This will often heal but other more common reasons for rectal bleeding are hemorrhoids or cancer. These may not heal on their own. So my advice is that you get your doctor to examine you and find the cause and treat accordingly. ...Read more
What is treatment of GI miasis that I see larva in stool. This ia a 6 year girle child that sick for 4 years.
Removal: Check this out with your local surgeon as it seems removal is the only answer. Further questions can be obtained at the CDC, or center for disease control. All the best. This is a difficult disease. ...Read more
What is Treatment for Heavy Bloating persistent for 4 months also sometime lead to little undigest stool? Thanks
Bowel issues: If food is not digested then you have rapid transit issue it would be prudent to start a work up you can start with your primary and or gi doc for an investigation I wouldn't wait especially it has been. For 4 months ...Read more
Acute or chronic?: I am very concerned if your constipation is relatively acute, ;/or associated with fever, nausea, vomiting, bleeding. Constipation (stooling less than every 4 days) that is chronic raises concern for partial obstruction, ileus, ischemic disease, tumors, dysmotilities, "cathartic colon", rectal dysfunction. Treatment depends on possible causes--please see your doctor for a directed work-up. ...Read more
Having untreated thread worms (small yellow worms) at 12yrs but no signs of worms in stools now as an adult, would you still need treatment?
No: Most of these kinds of worm infections are short-lived, and if it was effectively treated, and you have no symptoms, there should not be a problem. ...Read more
Followv up w gi doc: Acute flare up with steroid but many option regarding with maintenance treatment. Your local GI guy would be best serve you. ...Read more
Is it necessery to take another stool test after finishing the 10 days treatment duration of e. Histolytica? When can e.Histolytica become lethal?
Entameba histolytica: Unless you become symptomatic again it is probably unnecessary to repeat testing. Amoebiasis can be fatal when it spreads outside the colon, usually to the liver, but also to the central nervous system, lungs, heart, and other areas. This is not very common in the usa. ...Read more
If the loose bowel happens following a firm stool once a week, is this a condition that needs treatment? It feels like nature's way of cleansing.
Stool variation: It's not necessarily a bad thing. Stool consistency can be very dependent on what you eat (fiber, vegetables, etc) and what you drink. As long as there's not blood in the stool, there's no fevers, belly pain, and you're getting colon cancer screening tests at the appropriate intervals, I wouldn't worry about it too much. ...Read more
Got salmonella typhi while travelin. No more symptoms but + stool after treatment. Will seek treatment again. Need to report to public health dept?
The physician or:
Health Care Professional who treats you should report it to appropriate State Agency since this is an organism which can produce OUTBREAKS involving many people (eg Tainted food)
Hope this is helpful
BTW you must obtain THREE (3) negative stools to be sure you are not an asymptomatic "carrier".. ...Read more
I find it difficult to stool because the feaces is hard and blood do come out after forced defecation. What could cause this and the treatment. Thanks?
Plugged Plumbing: Constipation helpers: eat whole grains, lots of fruit&veggies, oatmeal, psyllium, ground flaxseed, metamucil. Drink 8-10 glasses of fluid a day. Take over the counter docusate, bisacodyl, or MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) (take more MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) when you're really plugged up, less when you're loose-y goose-y). Get moving 60 minutes every day. Talk with your doc: the blood may be hemorrhoids or something more concerning. ...Read more
My son is 7, he's had loose stools like 4-5 times/day, for last 3 days. Last night was loose, greenish with red specks. Is this dangerous & treatment?
Treat gastroenteritis: Your son is having infective diarrhea or dysentry, may be bacterial infection leading to loose motion and blood in stool. Consult your doctor get the treatment done as soon as possible. He may need blood test, stool test, i.V. fluids and antibiotics ...Read more
A month ago had gastritis, took treatment, kept a healthy diet. For 2 day I've had dark stool, not black, but dark & frequent & small amounts. Danger?
I have blood in my stool and I experience an itching sensation when going to the bathroom. Is there any treatment that I can follow?
Needs evaluation: If the blood is only on the surface of the stool, it could be hemorrhoids or anal fissure. But if intermixed with the stool, and especially if you have cramping and weight loss, then you need to see a gastroenterologist ...Read more
Please help. Doctors are closed. 7days off treatment for c diff. Stools been soft and mushy. Now just had runny diaherra. Is this normal?
Finish your treatmen: Finish your course of treatment, likely with flagyl. If your symptoms persist after completing flagyl, see you doctor for possible treatment with oral vancomycin. Florastor, a probiotic, will help you and you should get it over the counter. Do not take florastor if you have a central IV line or you are immunosuppressed. Google florastor (saccharomyces boulardii) and get more info there. ...Read more
Saw wriggling pinworms in stools as a kid but never had treatment. 30 yrs later, no symptoms but should I take meds now to be sure they're gone?
Histolytica cyst and trophozoite seen in my 1y 1m baby stool analysis, please advice me what it means and what is the treatment, thank u in advance?
See your Dr.,,: You need to see your doctor for your baby's treatment. You may need treatment also as this is in water and soil, as well as food. The treatment is Metronidazole or nitroimidazole for simple intestinal infection. It's very important to get treated soon to avoid possible serious complications. Good luck. ...Read more
The stool culture shows positive result for yersinia, butanswer from the hospital is: no treatment is needed. Isn't yersinia dangerous?
If you show signs of bubonic plague caused by Yersinia pestis (acral gangrene, chills, general ill feeling, high fever, muscle cramps, seizures, smooth, painful lymph gland swelling called a bubo), then I would seek further treatment. Not all strains of Yersinia are pathogenic (disease causing). Yersinia pseudotuberculosis rarely causes disease.
Like e. Coli, not all strains are pathogenic. ...Read more
Mydad had posterior du bleed last year. Heamoglobn still now less thn norml. Postve stool fr occult blood. Undergone bypss surgery last week. Treatment?
DU bleed: It is possible, given his history, that his du is bleeding again. If he never had any treatment for it, the ulcer may be back. He will need a double balloon endoscopy by a really skilled GI doc to get the scope down the roux limb and back up the biliopancreatic limb and into the duodenum and gastric remnant. He also needs proton pump inhibitors. ...Read more
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