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Why Does Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Cause Diarrhea
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
Why is beer the only alcohol to consistently upset my stomach and cause diarrhea when all other alcohols cause no problems?
Most likely other: Ingredient in beer, such as the hops or malt protein. Keep in mind safe drinking limits - no more than 14 standard drinks/week for men under 60, and 7/week in those over 60, and never more than 3 drinks on one occasion. If you are drinking more than this, you are putting yourself at risk for longer term problems. If you really like the taste of beer, an allergist may be able to test you/advise. ...Read more
Last night I overeat and drank a bottle of beer. This morning I vomitted everything and had diarrhea the whoke day. I can't eat. What can I do?
The last year I have experienced severe diarrhea after a glass of wine or one beer. I rarely drink. Is there anything I should be tested for?
After spending an hour in a hot tub while drinking one beer, I got out and was so dizzy I nearly passed out. Also had diarrhea. Fine after a half hour?
I get diarrhea almost every time I drink beer or vodka. I do have celiac disease and the gluten free beer even gives me diarrhea too?
22/f. I get diarrhea after I have 1 mixed drink with vodka, but no diarrhea when I drink beer? I do have celiac disease if that plays a role in it.?
Drank 4pts beer last night and feel especially ill. Diarrhea, vomiting, hot and cold sweats, faintness. What can I take to alleviate symptoms/recover?
Diarrhea after eating spicy noodle, drinking lots of beer. Gel like strings in poop. Poked to see if it's worms but breaks apart, like gelatin/eggwhite?
After a night of drinking a couple of beers and a shots of vodka I get diarrhea very bad. Should I go see the doctor this isn't the first time?
Body's reaction: This is a somewhat normal response from 'too much alcohol'. The body is getting rid of the poisons you consumed over night. Yes, sorry, alcohol is a poison - that's why we get 'drunk' with too much of it. I suspect you'll feel better shortly. I recommend chicken soup, coconut water or whatever your fluid of choice is - Gatorade? To replace some of the fluids and salts you've lost after all this. ...Read more
Vomiting and diarrhea 1 day after drinking (8 12oz beers) and now 8/10 burning pain in Lower left abdomen with hard coughing or sneezing 2 days after?
My 7 yo son randomly out of the blue gets very sick. Throwing up, diarrhea, and gas all smell like sulfur?! It happens regularly without known causes!
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
Many things: Inflammatory bowel disease ie. Crohns disease and ulcerative colitis, iritable bowel syndrome, malabsorption such as with lactose intolerance, infections both viral such as norovirus and bacterial such as salmonella, shigella, campylobacter and clostridium difficile, many drugs and laxatives. ...Read more
Injury: Insult to the bowel from viral or bacterial infection and treatment with antibiotics that kill off "good bacteria" can cause this problem. I would first try taking probiotics from the health food store. The recommended daily amount taken three times daily for one week then daily. If this doesnt' solve problem or it is too severe to wait then see your physician. ...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
Dehydration: When there are signs of dehydration or blood in the stool, it is a sign of concern. The signs of dehydration include not peeing or having wet diapers for 7-8 hours. Oral rehydration with an electrolyte solution like Pedialyte is important. If the infant doesn’t tolerate it, they should be seen in an ER for IV hydration. ...Read more
Depends on in: Individual sensitivity. Food with bacterial contamination or bacterial toxins will cause diarrhea on most people. Some people are sensitive to specific food, e.g., people with celiac disease are sensitive to food with wheat rye and barley. It would require taking a detailed person history and may be challenges with foods to sort out the issue. ...Read more
Diarrhea: Whatever is causing the inflammation in the gut leading to diarrhea may be damaging the lining of the bowel such that it becomes tender and painful to defecate. This may also be caused by continuous wiping of the anus so that the skin/mucous membranes are abraded and this produces a burning sensation. ...Read more
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