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Why Does Eating Fruits Vegetables Cause Diarrhea
Can fruit cause loose stools? I've been eating apples red grapes & strawberries lately and noticed loose stools.
Soft Stools & Fruit: Yes, of course. Fruit, especially in abundance is well known to cause a softening of the stool. ...Read more
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
Can eating ALOT of fruits & vegetables in one day & no other food (approx. 4cup fruit, 4cup vegetables) cause diarrhea that evening? Or mild cramping?
I can't eat healthy food. Beans, grains, vegetable, and dark leaves cause gases and diarrhea. What's the problem? What can I do?
Yes: You will get more gas and stools will be looser on these foods, but they are still healthy for you. These foods cause your bowel to produce more gas as they are digested. This is normal and expected. Sometimes mixing in more whole grain breads and cereals will reduce the loose stools and gas. See your doctor if problem worsens. Good luck! ...Read more
Vegetable fibres and yeast like cells in stool analysis is normal? Is it the cause of abdomen pain and diarrhea and tongue have white coat on it.
Mom 58yo chronic diarrhoea with some normal motions. Raw garlic white pepper cold fruits water caused abdo pain. Responded to antispasmodic meds, heat?
Abdominal pain: Could be food intolerences, , biliary dyskinesia, gallbladder, or a form of inflammatory disease and if all negative irritable bowel syndrome diarrhea. I always check h pylori as well. Would follow up with gastroenterologist and consider colonoscopy/ if have not had one. sonogram/HIDA if needed and posible small bowel follow through. ...Read more
Yes: Diarrhea is a common symptom of allergic reaction to tomato. Gi symptoms often occur within minutes to hours after eating tomato. Histamine released in the GI tract creates abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Histamine dilates and increases the permeability of blood vessels, allowing an excess amount of fluid fluids to enter the gut. ...Read more
E. coli, rotavirus: Enterotoxigenic e. Coli is probably the most common bacterial cause, the rotavirus family is probably the most common viral cause and g. Lamblia is probably the most common parasitic cause. ...Read more
Yes: Eating a lot of fruits and veggies (especially if combined with juices) can cause toddler's diarrhea. ...Read more
Intolerance: That may mean that you have intolerance to certain food such as milk products of glutin. It may also mean you have ulcers or dyspepsia. Get checked out! ...Read more
I have black diarrhea. I've been eating a lot of Oreos the past few days, could this be the cause?
I've been experiencing diarrhea on-and-off for the past 6 months. It doesn't seem to be linked to the food I'm eating. What else could cause this?
Could eating vegetable soup (carrots, celery, a bit of onion) give someone diarrhea? I had 2 bowls half hour ago and now I have bad diarrhea.
It would certainly: Be possible that the soup was tainted and caused "food poisoning" resulting in diarrhea. Any foods left out "warming" for a prolonged period of time at an unsafe temperature becomes a breeding ground for pathogens. ...Read more
Usually diarrhea is: Caused by viruses or bacteria and parasites, possibly transmitted by contaminated food or water. Medications, especially antibiotics, can cause diarrhea as well as lactose intolerance, fructose, artificial sweeteners, surgery, other digestive disorders include irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel diseases, celiac disease. Self care: liquids, low-fiber foods-rice, eggs, chicken. Avoid dairy ...Read more
No: Why c3c? No it cant. Complement 3c and 3 d and cleaved results of fibrin working on c3b. Perhaps your doc can rule out more serious causes of chronic diarrhea. ...Read more
I have been having diarrhea after eating 4/7 nights per week for a month or so. What can cause this?
Allergy to it can.:
Peanut butter is recommended
by the cleveland clinic for diarrhea. However, if you are allergic to peanuts, you may develop diarrhea when eating peanut butter and overeating worsens it. See your doctor to rule out an allergy to peanuts, as peanut allergy is one of the most frequent food allergies. 80% of the immune system is gut-associated, which explains the strong diarrheal response. ...Read more
Ate huge pickle 2 hours ago. 390mg of sodium and 9 servings for 1 pickle. Ate whole thing. Possible that caused terrible diarrhea after eating it?
Diarrhea after eating salad...this has been happening to me for years. Especially after eating romaine, and usually within 20 minutes. Chronic cause?
Yes, it's possible.: Use laxatives or diuretics? Induce vomiting? Starvation intake? Binging? Over -exercise? Get medically evaluated. ...Read more
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