my problem is that I have had a watery stool almost everyday
for half a year. the stool is really soft and watery, sometims
with gas. my urine is always yellowrish.
my condition is that I'm a hbv carrier, maybe have hsv, not sure
'cus never took the lab test for that, just based on the symptoms.
right arm and leg are always tired. I don't know if I have muscle
weakness. dizzy all the time.
lab test showed everything ok. BUN test highter than normal but
second test returned to normal.
before that I was a totally heathy person besides hbv.
I just wondered if this is nerve related. what tests should I
ask from my doc? any suggestions?
There arer many causes for watery doarrhea. Diet, intestinal mucosal dysfunction, nerve and muscle problems must all be considered. Evaluation by a gastroenterologist will provide assistance in defining the cause for you rproblem and the best treatment.
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