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Diarrhea And Hives
Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more
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Blood test shows I'm allergic to cow's milk. Symptoms - hives, diarrhea. I'm 35. How can I improve? Can I still have cream, cheese, cake my favorite?
Unfortunately no: Not for now at least, if the history is truly suggestive of the symptoms and there is temporal relationship between consuming milk or dairy and the appearance of symptoms. You need to avoid all triggers, kindly an allergist for evaluation and follow up, keep an antihistaminic and probably epinephrine pen handy. Your allergist might run some blood tests, you may eventually outgrow this condition, ...Read more
My toddler has had diarrhea for a week along with hives for the past 3 days should I be concerned?
My wife and i were in jamaica last week. Upon return, we have both had diarrhea and nausea for 7 days. I now have hives, she does not. Help!
Gi and skin reaction: That pattern can be suggestive of a true food allergy or toxic reaction. You should see an allergist and/or gastroenterologist to sort this out. It can help to keep a food symptom diary daily which may identify specific food allergens to help guide testing if needed. ...Read more
One year old, breaking out in hives? My daughter is having horrible diarrhea. It has been going on for 3 weeks now. Last night she had broken out into hives that continued to spread all night. They were abnormally large and purple, with white on the insid
See doctor: I am more concerned over your daughter getting dehydrated from so much diarrhea at this age. The appearance of hives however suggests that this may be a viral infection unless she was given an antibiotic which she is allergic to. You need to get her to a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Son has a peanut allergy. With no exposure to peanuts he has broken out n hives with diarrhea 4 3 days. Should we have him allergy tstd 4 everything?
Perhaps: Acute hives may be due to drug or food allergy or to viral infection. Hives & diarrhea may indicate an infection. 40% of peanut-allergic children are also tree nut allergic. Did he eat a tree nut? Could he have eaten a food contaminated with peanut - say a food prepared in a plant where peanut is also processed? Write down everything he ate in the 24 hours before hives & discuss with his allergist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 yo daughter has just recovered from 5 days of diarrhea w/ intermittent vomiting. She is now developing hives. What is going on?
Viral infection: The time course, hives 5 days after the initial symptoms, is very unusual for a food allergy. Hives are more likely a symptom of her viral infection or a reaction to a medication she was given. Have you been giving her an antibiotic like amoxacillin or Azithromycin or a medication for fever like ibuprofen? ...Read more
My husband takes pancrelipase for pancreatitis; had a reaction of hives and diarrhea together 6 times this month. Can this be from the pancrelipase?
Rx side effects: Yes, this is entirely possible as common side effects from Pancrelipase may include: nausea or vomiting; mild stomach pain or upset; diarrhea or constipation; bloating or gas; greasy stools; rectal irritation;headache, dizziness; cough; or weight loss. Hives may suggest an allergic ige reaction as well.He should follow up with his GI or prescribing doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer