Leakage of stool

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I have leakage of stool like on Friday i had a salad with ranch dressing and when i went into the bathroom and sat on the toilet i noticed leakage of stool even after eating chocolate causes me to have leakage of stool how can i stop this and then i have a lot of diarrhea at times and then at times its normal how can i stop the leakage of stool and do you think its the medicaton i am on i take levothyroxine for low thyroid, vitamin d3, lorazepam 1mg 3 times a day, Losartan, Amlodipine, metformin 500mg 2 times a day, a One a day multi vitamin for menopause, Famotidine for acid reflux main name is pepcid, zoloft 25mg lamotrigine 25mg and trazodone 50mg 

I just want to know what is causing all this digestive issues and the leakage of stool 

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    Hi Elizabeth, quite a lot your taking I'm on Amolodpine for blood pressure, Laprazole for acid reflux, maybe the meds or meno, because I notice I get soft stool at times then normal again, at this time of life anything is possible but you can check with doctor.
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    Your leakage and bouts of diarrhea could be coming from your meds. Metformin makes poop a lot. My sister takes it and it makes her have diarrhea quite a bit.
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    Golly Elizabeth,

    You are taking a lot of medications.

    I would ask your doctor if it's possible that any of those medications could be reacting with each other and maybe try coming off or changing the most recent addition if everything was fine before that.

    How you get it sorted out soon.

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