Does cranberry juice give you diarrhea?

It could. Any juice can result in some malabsorption for some people and result in diarrhea. Most cranberry juices are a mix of juices and may contain other sugars, any of which could result in diarrhea.
Yes. Drinking too much can give you diarrhea cause the sugar in it can run right thru you. Drink it diluted with water.

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Is it normal to get diarrhea from drinking cranberry juice? I've been drinking it to relieve bladder discomfort.

Cranberry juice. This is virtually worthless for bladder infection. It lowers the pH, making the urine more acidic, which should inhibit bacterial growth, but you would have to drink so much of this that you could drown in it. If you are having burning on urination check with your PCP to be sure you don't have a bladder infection. Good luck. Hope this helps. Read more...

In case of recurrent UTI/diarrhea problem, can usage of Saccharomyces Boulardii probiotic and Cranberry juice cause harm & cause UTI again?

Take as directed. As long as you take the probiotics as directed, they should not cause harm and they may help your diarrhea. Cranberry juice may help to prevent UTIs but still get evaluated by your doctor to find the underlying cause. . Read more...

My baby is 7 month old. She has a high fever of 103. If its a UTI can I give her cranberry juice?

Needs to see doctor. Fever is an indication that she is sick. At 7 months of age, she will probably not give you many clues as to what is wrong. It is important that she be seen by her pediatrician asap. Cranberry juice can help prevent an uti, but is not a treatment. Read more...
Probably not enough. A baby with 103 degree fever should not be treated at home. There are too many variables to consider for this to be safe. The most important feature, with the help of a medical professional, is to ascertain exactly what is the source for your baby's fever. Often this requires testing of blood & urine, and possibly even x-rays. Cranberry juice while famous for treating adult utis is not recommended. Read more...
It won't help. There are many reasons a 7 month old could have a fever. A UTI is only one of them but, if present, it needs to be treated by her doctor. Whether she needs to be seen immediately depends on how she is behaving and what other symptoms she has. She should be seen right away if she has a rash, severe pain, difficulty breathing, or abnormal behavior such as excessive sleepiness. Read more...