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    Loose stool
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    elfried posted:
    My husband has type 1 and has loose stool like once a day for the past year or so. He has a desk job but for 6 weeks he had a temp job that kept him mostly on his feet and doing light physical work all day long and during those weeks he had firmer stool and went like every other day. Now he is back to desk job and loose stools are back. Any one know anything about this?
    And how do you talk to an expert on this site?
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    davedsel57 responded:
    The assigned health experts rarely reply to posts. No one, not even an assigned health expert, can diagnose or give medical advice in any WebMD community. Therefore, your husband must contact his doctor for answers.
    Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story.

    Blessings,

    Dave


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