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    An_248256 posted:
    I have had similar issues like binshres mentioned in the diiscussion forum. I have done blood, liver, kidney and stool tests also. There was some blood in the stools, rest all tests were normal.. The dr said its gastitis and was doing fine for a week or so. I even had taken a tablet for worms twice in span of 10 days or so. I have again started having stomach issues but no blood in stools. stomach is bloated and becomes hard. there is no pain in abdominal area. I need any help i can get. I went to another dr and he said i may have irritable bowel syndrome and he gave me a shot of antibiotics and some medicines for 10 days. I am feeling much better now as i am taking those medicines but can someone please help what should i do...i also notice that no one much replies to any queries of people looking for help on this discussion forum. I request you ppl to please respond coz any help will be really really appreciated...
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