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What are the causes of diarrhea and what foods make you have it?

Sugar, fat. High amounts of simple sugars can cause a diarrhea, as weel as too much artificial sweeteners with xylitol for example. Also, some people dont tolerate too much fat in their diet and within a half hour of eating a large fatty meal can have diarrhea. Read more...

What are the causes of diarrhea and how to avoid this?

MANY, MANY. You could write a book, you have to narrow it down with some more symptoms. Could be anything from diet to allergies to foods to infections, medications , etc, etc, etc. Read more...

What parasites can cause severe diarrhea?

Ameba and Giardia. Giardia lambia entamoeba histolytica cryptosporidium helminth aka intestinal worm strongyloidis stercolis. Read more...

What is the cause of diarrhea and bloating and nausea? It has occured for 4 days and didn't stop yet! What might be the reason?

Viral infection. The most common cause of your symptoms would be a viral infection, or gastroenteritis. That being said, there could be many other causes for your symptoms. If you are having bloody diarrhea, you should see your primary care provider; also see her/him if your illness continues for more than 7 days. Read more...
Many possibilities. Infection and diet are the most common reasons. If there is blood in bowel movements, patient must be seen. If patient is not drinking enough fluids, may get dehydrated--should urinate several times a day.. Diarrhea for four days needs to be evaluated by a physician. Do not take chances! Read more...

What can cause acute diarrhea?

Causes of diarrhea. First define the problem (soft or frequent stool?), circumstances under which diarrhea develops (malabsorption, pancreatic maldigestion, food intolerances, stressful times, exposure to ill individuals/infections, food poisoning, ischemic gut, inflammatory colitis, etc.), severity (stool volume, dehydration, blood, night-time awakening, weight loss), & duration. The "cure" depends on the above. Read more...

How can you tell what food caused your diarrhea?

Keep a dairy. Keep a dairy of your intake and look for an association between what you are eating and the possible cause of your diarrhea. Read more...