Weak Body And Frequent Bowel Movements?
r If the body is weak and often defecates, what is the disease? r nthank you?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaints you mention are not specific to a particular disease and can either be related to one another, or be two completely different conditions. For a weak body, it can occur, among others, due to low blood sugar levels, low red blood cell levels or anemia, low blood pressure, lack of drinking water or dehydration, and psychological effects.
While frequent defecation is also caused by many things, depending on what is called seirng, whether it is often liquid or the form is still solid but small. Chances are, infection of the digestive system by viruses, bacteria or parasites, changes in diet or changes in eating hours, flatulence, increased stomach acid, food poisoning, large portions of food and eating too much fiber such as vegetables or fruit.
If it is related, with your frequent bowel movements in the form of fluids, it is natural for you to feel weak because your body lacks fluids. But again, to be able to determine this requires direct examination. Therefore, our suggestion is that you check with your doctor to be able to find out through a history, physical examination, and support such as blood tests, ultrasound or X-rays, about which direction your condition is likely. The treatment you will receive later depends on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, drink lots of water, eat fruits and vegetables, take regular breaks, keep hands and environment clean, apply warm balm to the stomach, avoid spicy, acidic and oily foods for a while, and avoid stress. So, hopefully it answers your question.