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hi for the past 2 days i have been getting diarrohea as soon as i eat anything. today i have had lower left abdominal pain. i don't feel ill, afebrile?

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Dr. Roland Saavedra
17 years experience Family Medicine
LLQ pain: Llq pain be caused by a multitude of things. It could diverticular disease, kidney stone, bladder distension, pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy. Avoid mild for now. Watch for increased pain, fever, vomiting, black or red stools. Two days of diarrhea are not necessary a red flag for the more serious things I have mentioned.Try a brat diet for a few days ( bananas, rice, apple sauce and toast) low fibe.
Answered on Jan 21, 2014
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Dr. Roland Saavedra
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SORRY....MEANT AVOID MILK FOR NOW.
Jan 21, 2014

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