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What Are Some Causes Of diarrhea?

A: Some types of food cause diarrhea and often bad food or water can be the reason too. Especially when you drink or eat at/from unhygienic places diarrhea can be caused. So be careful what and from where you eat and drink. Check, if the food is boiled, whether the water is also good. Sometimes even stress can trigger it off. diarrhea may be caused by bacteria found in raw meat, eggs, milk and shellfish. Viral strains cause diarrhea, this is normally found in contaminated food, drinking water and eating utensils. Some people suffer from chronic diarrhea, this may be due to a reaction to medication or intolerance to certain food. diarrhea can be...


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Does having diarrhea automatically mean you are allergic to what you ate?

A: Homeopathic Remedies for Common Allergies :- Allergic to dust, smoke, strong perfumes Histamine 1M weekly (3 Doses) Allergic to bread, acidic food Nat Mur 30 or 200, 4 hourly Allergic to beer, malt liquor Kali Bich 30, 4 hourly Allergic to dust(asthma), Pothos Foe 6X or 30, 4 hourly Allergic to warm boiled milk, fatty pork (diarrhoea), Sepia 30 or 200, 4 hourly Allergic to milk Magnesia Carb 30 or 200, 6 hourly Allergic to cod liver oil Hepar Sulph 30, 6 hourly Allergic to aspirin, bad liquor, salt butter, bad eggs, poultry items Carvo Veg 30, 4 hourly Allergic to antibiotics Sulphur 30 or 200, 6 hourly(3 Doses) Allergic to castor oil Bryonia Album 30, 6 hourly Allergic to coffee Nux Vomica 30, 4 hourly Allergic to heat Apis Mel 30, 4 hourly Allergic to cold drinks, fruits,...


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How Do I Choose the Best Clostridium Difficile treatment?

A: Clostridium difficile, also called C. difficile or C. diff, is a gram-positive anaerobic bacteria. In humans, it can cause infection by secreting toxins into the lower intestines, or colon. Symptoms of infection include fever and diarrhea. The best Clostridium difficile treatment depends upon the severity of infection and ranges from simply observing the patient to hospitalization and treatment with antibiotics. Sometimes, patients may simply be colonized with C. diff and not exhibit any symptoms of infection. The most common reason an infection develops is recent treatment with antibiotics. Antibiotics kill the natural bacteria flora in the lower intestines, allowing C. diff to multiply....


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What Are the Different Types of Dysentery treatment?

A: Dysentery is a medical condition, often caused by bacteria or parasites, that affects the intestines, primarily the colon. This condition causes diarrhea, which often contains blood or mucus and causes abdominal pain and fever. If not treated properly, this condition can be fatal. Dysentery treatment typically consists of close monitoring by medical professionals, fluid replacement, and prescription medications. There are home remedies that are thought by many to be effective options for dysentery treatment, but these should be used with caution. The most important step in dysentery treatment is to avoid dehydration, as a lot of the body''s fluids are lost through the vomiting and

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How to cure long term diarrhea from post infection?

A: tnvrstar, Any suggestions you might acquire, other than a conclusive diagnosis, is guessing. I discovered this nine years ago, when I developed similar symptoms for unknown reasons. It became extremely difficult for me to manage the 1-1/2 hour commute to work in the morning. I, like you, started out with what I assumed was an acute, viral infection. However, it became chronic and I began losing weight. I saw a gastroenterologist who suspected Crohns, as I was diagnosed with autoimmune disease 20-years prior. The specialist did an endoscopy and colonoscopy, which was negative, leading the doctor to believe I had IBS. My symptoms continued and I rapidly lost 30 lbs in a few months. I endured every standard GI test without definitive diagnosis. The last test the insurance companies want to...


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What Are the Most Common Causes of diarrhea and Fatigue?

A: Many individuals suffer from flu-like symptoms that lead to dehydration, fatigue, and stomach ailments. A person who has symptoms of both diarrhea and fatigue is typically suffering from food poisoning or the stomach flu. Because of the loss of liquid within the system, this will quickly lead to dehydration which causes extreme fatigue.. There are many potential causes of stomach ailments. Most issues pass within a few days but long-term diarrhea and fatigue is a sign of more serious problem. Food poisoning will cause an individual to become violently ill. This typically includes vomiting, cramps, and diarrhea. Most food poisoning will pass once the food has passed through the body.. The symptoms of colon cancer...


Q: 

What Are Some Causes Of diarrhea?

A: Some types of food cause diarrhea and often bad food or water can be the reason too. Especially when you drink or eat at/from unhygienic places diarrhea can be caused. So be careful what and from where you eat and drink. Check, if the food is boiled, whether the water is also good. Sometimes even stress can trigger it off. diarrhea may be caused by bacteria found in raw meat, eggs, milk and shellfish. Viral strains cause diarrhea, this is normally found in contaminated food, drinking water and eating utensils. Some people suffer from chronic diarrhea, this may be due to a reaction to medication or intolerance to certain food. diarrhea can be...


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Should I Be Concerned About Bloody diarrhea In A Child?

A: You should be concerned about bloody diarrhea in a child and seek medical treatment. One cause specific to children may be ingestion of a poisonous substance which needs immediate evalution. Food poisoning also causes bloody diarrhea. In this situation, a child can become dehydrated very quickly. Ulcerative colitis is another cause of bloody diarrhea in children. Red blood in a bowel movement is coming from low in the bowel, usually in the rectum. It is common during bouts of diarrhea for small vessels to break under the strain. Contact your physician. Children dehydrate quickly and the reasons for the diarrhea should be addressed right away....


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What would correct my 9-day bout with diarrhea?

A: According to the National Health Institutes (NIH), prolonged diarrhea persisting for more than 2 days may be a sign of a more serious problem and poses the risk of dehydration. Dehydration is particularly dangerous in children and older people, and it must be treated promptly to avoid serious health problems. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water to avoid dehydration. If Imodium (Loperamide) has not stopped the diarrhea at this point, then it is important that you consult with your doctor as soon as possible to evaluate the cause of the diarrhea and treatment options. In the meantime until diarrhea subsides, try to avoid caffeine, milk products, and foods that...


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Anyone taking Metformin have bad stomach cramps and severe diarrhea?

A: It can cause a lot of gassiness which is probably why you are feeling crampy. It should get better as your body adjusts to it but if it doesn''t tell your doctor. He/she can switch you to the brand name which doesn''t cause it as badly. Yes, I had terrible problems in the beginning but I slowly adjusted to it. I was eventually on 3000 mg a day and had no stomach problems but still had extremely high blood sugar. (That''s when I switched to insulin) yea, as soon as the cramps come, head straight straight for the toilet, instant diarrhea, used to get it all the time when i 1st started taking it, for about a month ,3 months on i''m now on 1500mg a day n i find that it only happens a couple times a week, also depends on what i''ve just eaten, not sure why cos i can eat...


 
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