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    NeliaLake posted:
    I have an appointment to meet with my primary care physician in two weeks but would like to start researching possible answers to my problem. My bowel movements have increased two-fold and are much looser than normal (have been loose since the gall bladder removal). They seem stranger than usual but the clincher is that I see my undigested Metformin tablets in them every other day. I am concerned that if that tablet is not being digested, neither are the others and all of the issues that I have been blaming on menopause can actually be contributed to this (damn-I was having so much fun). I had my first colonoscopy last week and it came back clear. What on earth can be causing this?
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