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There are several potential causes for the incontinence. Various types of infections are possible, along with mala...
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I agree with the colonoscopy. Of course, with changes in the stool shape or caliber, most will focus on excluding ...
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You clearly had a comprehensive evaluation. There are small studies suggesting that removing the gallbladder in c...
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With the extreme fatigue, I would do some basic blood tests, including a blood count looking for iron deficiency. ...
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I can't give specific recommendations over the internet. In general, a colonscopy would be the more comprehensiv...
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I would consider an upper endoscopy at this time to further evaluate the upper digestive tract for various causes of ...
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Yes, I would get your gallbladder checked. Liver function tests and an abdominal ultrasound would be tests to cons...
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You have had a comprehensive workup, including the CT scan and upper endoscopy, both of which could not pinpoint a sp...
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To answer your questions: 1) It would depend on what is elevating your ALT. There are many causes that are revers...
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Difficult to say without evaluation. There are several reasons for a persistent cough, including, asthma, chronic...
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