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It is the antibiotic and usually not yogurt that causes those GI disturbances. Some yogurts contain beneficial bacteria. Beneficial bacteria in...
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Depends on how much has consumed.  Remember Lettuce is mostly water and roughage.  Consider also where the Lettuce came from, ... as if a...
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It could be IBS because it is know to cause a wide range of symptoms: flatulence, belching, pain, diarrhea, constipation, mucus in stool, etc. A...
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You did not ask a particular question, but I can comment. Any person who been coughing for a month needs to be examined to determine the reason...
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Ask your doctor about Lexapro taken daily. It has helped me to deal with the chronic anxiety,stress and depression from Crohns and it's effect on...
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Yes, foods that we eat can cause black, tarry stools. But chocolate donuts cookies don't sound like the cause. Thinks like black licorice...
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Hi Sorry I do know how you fill, but this is something we just have to live with, as long as your near a toilet your OK.Your find a whole lot of...
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Hi Yes I think that would be a very good idea, something is wrong there.So go ASAP.Good Luck
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Hi If you have not already gone, go now, this can give lots of problems.Good Luck
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I can't seem to stop the diarrhea and have lost 3 pounds. Every time I hydrate, I end up with bright yellow watery and oily diarrhea. Suggestions...
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True "traveler's diarrhea" is a bacterial infection, often due to enteric E.coli, but parasites and viruses can cause diarrhea, too...
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Diarrhea is not a symptom that is consistent with influenza. Influenza is a respiratory disease with fever (yes, it can be as high as 103) and...
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