For a long time, I have frequent diarrhea with oily stool. I have it in the morning and after meals (even during meals). It seems like things I eat triggers the diarrhea. I hardly have constipation. My stools are almost never solid. This problem has caused the inside of my anus to come out a little.Please advice.
youve probably tried the usual immodium and what nots have you tried eating stuff like stodgy porridge oats dried toast i nibble cracker type snacks alot dry, mind you seems everyones different hope it helps i heard someone mention a diet of starchy bulk stuff helped them no end it was just plain boiled potatoes rice bread no oils at all its on this forum some where i could be wrong but its all trail and error all the best
I would go see a Gastro doctor. He can do all sorts of tests to find out what the problem is. You could be lactose, gluten tolerant, etc. I too used to have yellow oily stools, and sometimes still do, but I don't know what causes it. If you can, go to a gastro doctor and if you don't have one have your primary doctor refer you to one.
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