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I Tend To Get Loose Motion If I Eat Non Vegetarian
Alternative for milk? I get loose motion, once a day, if I take milk. Same for beef. I don't eat it and reduced milk to qtr glass. What should I do?
GI upset: Start with clear liquid like water, soda that is clear, or sports hydration drinks. Sip often to prevent dehydration. Work up to solids with bland foods like bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, gelatin, or chicken. Avoid alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, dairy ; high fat foods. Rest. ...Read more
Hard to say: Babies stools can vary in number and consistency based on type of feeding and or supplements. Without providing more information, it is hard to say if this is really a problem or what to do if it were. Breast fed kids often have very loose stools. Formula fed kids may have loose stools if they are having problems with the formula. Juices added at this age can cause diarrhea. ...Read more
I am 49 & have 2 kids. Get frequently headcahes and or loose motion. Doctor said an artery in stomach is swollen and there is bruit. Pl advise.?
Need more: It sounds like you have a problem with your arteries. We wouldn't expect problems with the gastric arteries to cause headaches or dizziness. It is possible, however, that you have problems in several arteries including arteries that supply the brain or are near it. Imaging studies of the head and neck arteries can evaluate this further. Continue working with your doctor. ...Read more
Loose motion since 3 days. Mild cramp in stomach. Whatever I eat I poop. Poop is not fully watery but very thin. Anything to worry? Best food? Recovery?
Unclear: It is difficult to say what is causing your symptoms. Not clear if you have associated symptoms. It is best for you to arrange physician evaluation ASAP. You will have an examination and possible lab testing. Good luck. ...Read more
What's the cause?: "plugging up" diarrhea will not cure an infection, fix an inflammatory process, improve an ischemic gut, or correct a functional issue. Medical evaluation is recommended appropriate to the duration of your symptoms, associations (bleeding, weight loss, pain, vomiting), as well as your other medical co-morbidities. Call your doctor please and get checked. ...Read more
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Determine cause: If a patient has diarrhea, the important thing is to determine the cause - that way the treatment can be best directed. Food poisoning or 'gastroenteritis' is a common cause. In those cases, the illness is usually self limited and goes away within a few days. If it's something more, like a malabsorption syndrome, then you really need the help of a GI specialist or someone who can evaluate properly ...Read more
Virus or allergies: I am thinking loose stools is what you mean, and no fever or vomiting? Has he started solids, or changed his diet recently? Loose stools are often a sign of food sensitivity. If you have just switched him to dairy formula or are trying out new foods, try to eliminate them one at a time to see if he returns to normal. If not, follow up with your doc. ...Read more
Don't understand?: I am uncertain of your question. Food will not affect hypermobility of your joints. Joint laxity can be related to genetic conditions (ehrlos danlos syndrome) or acquired problems such as with trauma. To the best of my knowledge food is not going to make you less mobile. ...Read more
Illness -Dehydration: It sounds like you are dehydrated - since you describe a 'loose' motion-- diarrhea. With diarrhea, you lose salt and water. Try replacing these losses with lots of chicken soup, coconut water, honey and lemon tea, or other fluids. Then, you should notice an improvement. If you are cold, watch out for a 'fever' that might come next -if it is severe, you should see a doctor. Get plenty of rest too. ...Read more
No meds: Slightly loose stools (4-5 watery stools/day), avoid milk and milk products for a couple of days, avoid heavy, spicy or fried foods, and give plenty of clear fluids (water, weak tea, pedialyte or watered down gatorade). Call your doctor if diarrhea > 1 week, or if vomiting or fever occurs. ...Read more
My 2months 15 days old son having loose motion 4 times with in a day. I give power gyl cipla medicine 2 times 1.5ml. But he don't have any relief.
Please do not give your infant this medicine for the loose motion. It is an anti-fungal and antibiotic that has no use in young infants! It is not uncommon for infants to have loose motions for 4 times, as long as he is well otherwise. If he has real diarrhea, follow these instructions:
http://www. Healthychildren. Org/English/health-issues/conditions/abdominal/Pages/Diarrhea. Aspx ...Read more
Uncle aged 55 is not well not been eating for a week. Yesterday, liquid feed was given to him through pipe. Today he is having loose motion. Advise?
What's the cause?: "Plugging up" diarrhea will not cure an infection, fix an inflammatory process, improve an ischemic gut, or correct a functional issue. Medical evaluation is recommended appropriate to the duration of your symptoms, associations (bleeding, weight loss, pain, vomiting), as well as your other medical co-morbidities. Clarify your definition of "diarrhea" then call your doctor please to get checked. ...Read more
Not sure: Please reword your question as I'm not sure what you're asking. Perhaps wording it in a different way will allow one of the doctors on healthtap to be helpful to you. ...Read more
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Yes: If you are asking if a loose bowel movement will impair the effectiveness of your oral contraceptive, the answer is no. If you were having severe explosive diarrhea the the pills could travel through your bowel too fast to be absorbed. This would be very unusual and would require urgent treatment in and of itself. ...Read more
I am suffering from loose motion since early morning. I'm already gone 3 times for potty. Please give me suggestion.
I presume you are: Speaking about frequent, loose bowel movements, often called diarrhea. It is not unusual to go on for a day or two, usually due to mild viral illness or food "poisoning." Drink plenty of clear liquids: water, broth, juice (avoid caffeine/alcohol).Try soda crackers, toast, eggs, rice or chicken. Avoid dairy, fatty, high fiber/highly seasoned foods. OTC meds OK: Imodium A-D, Pepto-Bismol. Stay well! ...Read more
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