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Is leaky stool caused by food posioning?
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Dr. Sanjay Jain
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
In brief: 2
Leaky stool is most commonly a manifestion of weak anal sphincter or internal hemorhoids or rectal prolapse.
Any disease that causes diarrhea increases leaky stools. Food poisoing does not cause leaky stool per se.

In brief: 2
Leaky stool is most commonly a manifestion of weak anal sphincter or internal hemorhoids or rectal prolapse.
Any disease that causes diarrhea increases leaky stools. Food poisoing does not cause leaky stool per se.
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