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What Are Some Good Toddler diarrhea treatments?

A: The first priority is to make sure they don''t suffer dehydration or an electrolyte imbalance. The big names you should look for are Pedialyte or Gatorade. Provide as much as the child wants and then try to pinpoint exactly what is causing the diarrhea. Take them to a medical professional as soon as possible. There is a product called FlorastorKids. It is a natural probiotic. It comes in little packets that you open and mix the contents in food or drink. Florastor replaces the good bacteria in their system and should help to stop diarrhea. You don''t need a prescription but will have to ask the pharmacist because it is behind the counter. Although apple juice and crackers have always been used during diarrhea...


Q: 

What Are Some Good Toddler diarrhea treatments?

A: The first priority is to make sure they don''t suffer dehydration or an electrolyte imbalance. The big names you should look for are Pedialyte or Gatorade. Provide as much as the child wants and then try to pinpoint exactly what is causing the diarrhea. Take them to a medical professional as soon as possible. There is a product called FlorastorKids. It is a natural probiotic. It comes in little packets that you open and mix the contents in food or drink. Florastor replaces the good bacteria in their system and should help to stop diarrhea. You don''t need a prescription but will have to ask the pharmacist because it is behind the counter. Although apple juice and crackers have always been used during diarrhea...


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Fever, diarrhea treatment

A: Hi, It is important to replace your fluid losses when you are having diarrhea. Drink plenty of water and takeoral rehydration solution. You can also eat bananas or apples to have a more formed stool. Antibiotics are notindicated until a stool exam is made and a diagnosis of infectious diarrhea is reached.For the fever, over-the-counter paracetamol may help. Cramping is an associated symptom of diarrhea andusually resolves on its own. If it persists, it would be best to have this evaluated by your doctor. Stoolexamination may be done to rule out other causes such as parasites, bacterial infection or amoebiasis.Take care and regards....


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I have had my small bowel remved and now have constant diarrhea

A: Many people cannot tolerate the removal of small bowel and show symptoms like diarrhea, poor absorption of nutrients and weight loss. Chronic diarrhea and weight loss can cause multivitamin deficiencies in the body which is important to control. Follow these home remedies and dietary modifications to ease diarrhea - Have a diet which is low in fat, both visible fat and invisible fat. Avoid fatty, oily and fried foods completely along with bakery foods like muffins, cakes, pastries and cookies. Add 2 tsp arrowroot powder in a cup of water, boil it and drink every 2-3 hours for severe bouts of diarrhea. Avoid milk, as it can worsen the situation. Choose milk in cooked form or in the form of...
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What is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and its treatment?

A: Irritable bowel syndrome (also called spastic colon, irritable colon, or nervous stomach) is a condition in which the colon muscle contracts more readily than in people without IBS. A number of factors can trigger IBS including certain foods, medicines, and emotional stress. Symptoms of IBS include abdominal pain and cramps, excess gas, bloating, and a change in bowel habits such as harder, looser, or more urgent stools than normal. Often people with IBS have alternating constipation and diarrhea. treatment includes avoiding caffeine, increasing fiber in the diet, monitoring which foods trigger IBS (and avoiding these foods), minimizing stress or learning different ways to cope with stress, and sometimes taking medicines as prescribed by...
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treatment for diarrhea and vomiting and fever?

A: 23 Feb 2012 The important thing to do with this kind of illness, is to keep your child hydrated at all times. Dehydration can come on quickly when a person has vomiting and diarrhea. Water is (in my opinion) best to drink, but pedialite, sport drinks such as Gatorade is also good to use. With a first breakfast try dry toast, lunch chicken noodle soup or just the broth, this provides needed water and sodium. And plenty of rest. If your child doesn''t begin feeling better in a day or two or their fever spikes. Please consider talking with their. Family doctor as soon as possable. I hope these hints help. And your child feels better soon. Taylor. Ps. As long as their is no allergy concern, tylenol or advvil is helpful at reducing fever. Please follow the dosing...


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What care should one take if one is suffering from diarrhea?

A: Stay close to the bathroom, and whatever you do, don''t try to fart! Washing your hands well after each loose stool to prevent passing it onto others in your household. Making sure you have an adequate intake of fluids to compensate for the fluid lost in the loose stools and adding yogurt to your diet to reinstate the "good" bacteria which helps your bowels function properly. Not to splat on the sides of the toilet seat (eeewwwww). yes Imodium and drinking Pedialyte to prevent dehydration. eat saltines and plain foods Stay close to the bathroom. Take an anti-diarrhea medication, keep hydrated, liquid or soft diet until the diarrhea stops and eat all the yogurt you can. I had diarrhea once for 16 days,...


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Any simple cure for diarrhea for toddlers?

A: diarrhea is usually the result of a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection of the lining of the intestines. In some cases, food allergies can also cause diarrhea, and this is something you need to look out for - if your child always has a short bout of diarrhea after consuming one particular food, he or she may be allergic to this food. If this is the case, the food in question should be avoided completely. In some cases, a few years of complete avoidance is enough to get rid of an allergy, while in others, treatment may be needed. If your child has mild diarrhea, it is usually possible to handle it on your own, but for severe diarrhea, you...
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What causes death in diarrhea?

A: Loss of fluids, bleeding, becoming weak, etc. It''s made many a proud warrior bedridden and weak as a kitten! ecoli which comes from bagged fresh spinach and lettuce dehydration :) Dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. loss of electrolytes. You lose water and , as your body is 80% made of water...you could die. But you shouldn''s wait for this to happen. I recommend you to eat lots of cheese and toasted bread. dehydration and loss of electrolytes (esp. potassium which can cause heart irregularities if too much or too little) you should rephrase the question... are you asking how to stop or prevent diarrhea? or are you asking what in diarrhea causes illness''s? dehydration One word Dehydration. The human body is two-thirds water. Water is...


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diarrhea in childern under the age of two

A: diarrhea is a natural process that helps in the elimination of infection causing microbes from the body. It refers to a digestive disorder involving loose, watery stools more than thrice a day. It is mainly a result of a viral, bacterial or parasitic infection that affects the digestive tract. Medication, illnesses related to the digestive system and food intolerances can also lead to diarrhea. Bloating, cramps in the lower abdomen, nausea and an urgent need to pass stools are characteristic of this condition. Visiting a doctor is recommended if a fever accompanies the condition, the pain persists or if the stools are blood-streaked. Dehydration starts setting in due to a loss of fluids and can pose a grave threat if the condition persists...


 
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