Frequent Bowel Movements as a Symptom for Excessive Bile Production

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Frequent Bowel Movements

Frequent bowel movements refer to an increase in the number of times that one must evacuate his or her bowels. Frequent bowel movements may be accompanied by loose, watery stool and diarrhea.

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very quick after eating. Usually very watery and yellow.9/27/2014 at 06:00 PM
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left side of body hurts, then my stomach, then my lower abdomen 6/9/2014 at 10:57 PM
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i go to restroom alot because for some reason i am lactose intolerance and after i drink milk with cereal wow rush to bathroom.8/8/2012 at 01:08 PM
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3 to 4 times6/27/2012 at 11:28 AM
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always feels like I never completely evacuate, and the stools themselves actually burn my skin down there- like they are soaked in hot sauce, even if I havent had anything spicy for days. They are always loose, or long and skinny. I know I have hemmhorroids, and wonder if it is related.5/2/2012 at 07:30 AM
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Last updated on Sep 27 2014 at 17:58
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