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What is causing my lower abdominal pain and yellow stool?

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The last couple days I have been experiencing consistent lower abdomen pain. The pain will get worse and feel like a cramp before I have the urge for bowl movement. I have been passing stool frequently each day (about 3-4 hours after every meal) and it is yellow colored with what seems to be particles of undigested food in it. This is rather uncomfortable and is beginning to worry me. I am generally quite healthy when it comes to diet, i never eat junk food or even drink soda. the only things i drink are water, tea, and soy milk. Any medical advice would be much appreciated.

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replied September 15th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

You seem to be suffering from GI disorder as Inflammatory bowel disease/Chron's disease, which is causing the symptoms of indigestion and frequent stools.You require a physical examination and investigations as Blood test,Colonscopy which would help in ruling out the cause.
Consider visiting a Physician for evaluation and do not ignore it.

Take Care!


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