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Morning diarrhea

Posted In: Gastrointestinal conditions 2 Replies
  • Posted By: tuxedocat
  • July 27, 2007
  • 11:39 PM

Greetings - I've experienced the following, and am wondering if anyone knows if this is a common thing with celiac. I'm presently being evaluated for celiac, I'm waiting for the tests to get back.

My diarrhea is commonly in the morning... urgency that sends me running to the toilet but then it's just lots of gas, yellowish liquid coming out, very very little actual stool.

I've been trying to learn more on the internet about this but don't know how to search for it, is there a term for this? Is this a common thing with celiac or is it connected to other conditions?

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  • I don’t know if Celiac can have such adverse effect but I think that in such situation you need to take bael pills to cure your diarrhea. I’m suggesting you this medicine because it is an herbal product and will not affect any of your actual medication. If you want some more information about this medicine then read this article which is found over this page http://www.drugdelivery.ca/s33624-s-BAEL.aspx you can take the advise of a doctor too if you want.
    banit99a 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • Don't take any pills for this. Morning diarrhea is common. The colon goes to sleep when you do, and when you wake up your colon wakes up, sometimes with a vengeance. Whether or not you test positive for Celiac disease (~ 1% of the caucasian population), this is not related to Celiac disease. It might be if this occured sporadically throughout the day, and especially at night.
    GI guy 45 Replies
    • August 14, 2007
    • 04:23 PM
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