Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a loose watery stool that passes more than three times a day. Questions about treatments, symptoms, causes, abdominal cramps and dehydration can be found here.

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Does cholestyramine for oral suspension usp treat diarrhea?

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Are diarrhea and period-like cramping signs of pregnancy?

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Does drinking alcohol give you diarrhea?

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Yes, and here's why: "Indeed, esophageal dysmotility and delayed gastric emptying have been observed with high concentrations of alcohol in experimental studies and in chronic alcoholics. Small bowel motility and transit may be abnormal in both acute and chronic alcoholics, and colonic propulsive motility is increased after acute administration of alcohol. Any, or all, of these changes in gastrointestinal functions may contribute to diarrhea in acute binge drinkers and chronic alcoholics. Unfortunately, there is a lack of systematic studies of the pathophysiology of alcohol abuse, and an integrating concept of the diarrhea of alcoholics is still not possible". Alcohol-related diarrhea Toshimi Chiba1 & Sidney F. Phillips1 1Division of Gastroenterology, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota, USA Alcohol has a multitude of effects on the small intestine and colon that cause diarrhea. Chronic diarrhea can be caused by chronic ethanol ingestion.[6] Consumption of alcohol affects the body's capability to absorb water - this is often a symptom that accompanies a hangover after a heavy drinking session. The alcohol itself is absorbed in the intestines and as the intestinal cells absorb it, the toxicity causes these cells to lose their ability to absorb water. This leads to an outpouring of fluid from the intestinal lining, which is in turn poorly absorbed. The diarrhea usually lasts for several hours until the alcohol is detoxified and removed from the digestive system. Symptoms range from person to person and are influenced by both the amount consumed as well as physiological differences. Alcohol-induced diarrhea is often accompanied by "the follow through" which is a feeling that the patient is going to break wind (flatulence) instead becomes an uncontrolled episode of diarrhea.
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Is it bad to lose 6 lbs in one day when sick?

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Yes, you should contact your doctor. It can depend on what you are sick with, but whatever it is, you should consult your primary health care professional. It can be very bad for some people and not good for others. It likely does represent a loss of a lot of water weight because fat does not burn away that quickly. You are probably either dehydrated or at risk of serious dehydration from that. Loss of fluids in that amount from your body could come from profuse sweating with fever, vomiting, diarrhea or overuse of diuretics.
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Does acute gastritis give you diarrhea?

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That can be one symptom, yes. Along with cramps, pain, gas, bloating.
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Is water good for Diarrhea?

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When you have diarrhea, you lose a lot of water so you should drink a lot of it to prevent dehydration. It can also help clear out whatevers causing the stomach upset.
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Can freshly baked cookies give you diarrhea?

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Cookies can cause diarrhea for several reasons such as having a gluten intolerance, Celiac Disease, diabetes, and/or an allergy to any of the ingredients.
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Are cramps gas vomiting upset stomach diarrhea and weight gain symptoms of a digestive disorder?

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Doctors will pass this off as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and there is no such disease (I had that confirmed by a Gastroenterologist.) In many cases it can be the depletion of the mucus lining of the stomach (happens in many people.) I would see a Homeopathic doctor and discuss this with them. There are many things that will help build up the mucus lining of the stomach. It wouldn't hurt to have a good physical and also be checked out for thyroid (T3/T4 blood test) and gall bladder as these can cause the same symptoms. Have you tried a pregnancy test? These are symptoms of digestive disorder, but they are also symptoms of many other ailments as well. Yes, they are symptoms of a digestive disorder. All these symptoms can be caused by PREGNANCY...the weight gain for obvious reasons, the others as side effects of the hormonal changes. The digestive changes usually cease after the first 3 months. They can also be caused by eating a diet very high in refined carbohydrates, but low in fibrous vegetable matter. The lack of fibre makes the stools very loose, while gas (and resulting bloating) are caused by the fermentation of partly digested food in the digestive tract. The bloating creates pressure which causes pain, which can be severe enough to cause vomiting. As such a diet usually also involved excessive quantities of carbohydrates, there is an excessive intake of calories, leading to weight gain. The rise of such symptoms is in step with the rise of obesity in a population; supposedly more than 25 million Americans (some 10% od the population) suffer from such symptoms under the catch-all title of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, a syndrome often self-diagnosed thanks to the widespread publication of the symptoms by drug manufacturers offering over the counter remedies for it. IBS is much less known in countries with lower obesity rates. The majority of digestive disorders caused by disease lead to weight LOSS, as most digestive system diseases prevent proper digestion and absorption of nutrients, including glucose, and often additionally cause eating-related pain/nausea and reduced appetite.
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Can not eating solid foods cause diarrhea?

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yes it can. if you are drinking more water and not enough solid food it will cause diarrhea.
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Is severe diarrhea a side effect of Straterra?

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I don't have an answer.Just wanted to let you know that my son has been on straterra for about 6weeks now and in the last 3 days has developed severe diarrhea with abdominal pain and cramps. My 8 year old son has been on Straterra for about 4 months. He had no side effects initially, but over the last two months he's had stomach pains, become pasty white and weak (gets better when he eats), and most recently has had diarrhea for 6 out of the last 10days. Tomorrow we see the Dr. If I learn anything I'll post it, but was glad to read the other posts so I could show them to her to show her I'm not the only mom wondering the same thing? Today is my 2nd day of Straterra and only the intro dose of 25 mg each. I am 33 female. Today, I became very nauseated and in the evening, had bad diarrhea and some vomiting. my son is 9 and he has been on straterra now for about 9 months he also complains of severe abdominal pain. I believe that this is an unfortunate side effect for most that are taking this medication.I think it is wise for those who are on this med to schedule a liver panel with the new findings on this medication.
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What foods are good to eat after diarrhea?

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1. Bananas Bland and easily digested, bananas are a good choice to settle an upset digestive system. The high level of potassium in bananas helps to replace electrolytes that may be lost by severe bouts of diarrhea. Bananas are also rich in pectin, a soluble fiber that helps to absorb liquid in the intestines and thus move stool along smoothly. Bananas also contain a good amount of inulin, another soluble fiber. Inulin is a prebiotic - a substance that promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria (probiotics) in the intestinal system. Sponsored Links 2. White Rice and Mashed Potatoes Talk about comfort food! Due to their low-fiber content, these starches are easily digested way up high in the GI tract. Eat your rice and potatoes plain; butter has a high fat content which could be irritating to your system and contribute to intestinal cramping. 3. Applesauce Like bananas, apples are a good source of pectin. However, the high fiber in raw apples makes them too rough for a dicey intestinal system. Cooking the apples makes them easier on your system to digest, thus allowing you to benefit from the pectin, sugar and other nutrients that lie within. 4. White Toast and Crackers When your intestines are acting normally, it is important to eat whole grain products. When you are experiencing acute diarrhea, it is better to turn to processed wheat foods. The removal of the outer husk of the grains in these foods results in easier digestion. As an added bonus, the salt (sodium) in crackers will be beneficial in terms of restoring the electrolyte balance. 5. Yogurt It is generally recommended that dairy products should be avoided during acute diarrhea episodes. Yogurt is a major exception to this rule. Look for yogurt that contains live or active cultures, or more specifically Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium bifidum. These active cultures are probiotics and they appear to help to establish a healthier balance of bacteria in the digestive tract. 6. Steamed Chicken Due to its bland nature, steamed white meat chicken is an easily digested source of protein, thus providing a fairly safe way to get some nutrients into your body. Butter and oils are very hard on a delicate system, so avoid deep-fried or sautéed preparations. 7. Blueberries Reportedly dried blueberries have a long history of use in Sweden as a treatment for diarrhea. Dr. Varro Tyler in his book, Herbs of Choice recommends either chewing dried blueberries or making a tea by boiling crushed dried blueberries for about ten minutes. The helpfulness of blueberries for diarrhea appears to be due to the fact that they contain tannins which act as an astringent, contracting tissue and reducing inflammation and secretion of liquids and mucous. Blueberries also contain substances called anthocyanosides, which have antibacterial properties, as well as being a good source of antioxidants. Lastly, blueberries are another source of the soluble fiber pectin. 8. Tea Okay, this is a drink, but talk about soothing! There is nothing like sipping on a warm cup of tea for a feeling of comfort. Two teas in particular are especially good for quieting a diarrhea episode: Peppermint and Chamomile. Peppermint Tea: Peppermint has a soothing effect on the gastrointestinal system. It is thought to calm and relax the muscles along the intestinal tract, thus reducing spasms. Peppermint also seems to be effective in reducing intestinal gas. Chamomile Tea: Chamomile is a flowering herb. Chamomile tea appears to be effective in reducing intestinal inflammation and calming intestinal spasms.
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What does continuous diarrhea mean?

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Means you go to the doctor.
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Can drinking alcohol give you bloody diarrhea?

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Alcohol can irritate a colon with existing issues, but it shouldn't actually cause blood in your stool. You should really go to a gastroenterologist as soon as possible and ask if they think you need any tests done. If you wait too long, they might not be able to find the source of the problem, as certain conditions are only in evidence during a flare up. Going to the doctor can be inconvenient and costly, but some colon diseases can have very painful and embarassing effects if not diagnosed and treated in time.
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Is diarrhea a side effect of potassium supplements?

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I believe it is. I have experienced watery diarrhea and tension headache when I took Potassium pills. Even 1/4 of a 250 mg pill can cause multiple diarrhea for me for up to 3 days. I take 99 mg of potassium gluconate twice a day.I have done this for years. It controls water retention and lowers my blood presure. I have never had diarrhea from it. But if I take potassium citrate I will have terrible gas. Answer: Although I've not experienced diarrhea myself, I believe diarreah could be a side-effect of potassium supplements or anything else horrible tasting that a person could eat or drink. I believe that's one reason why humans are equipped with a sense of taste, to protect the stomach from horrible-tasting things. 250 mg. potassium tablets are not available where I live, so I've been eating 100mg. tablets daily. If I eat a 100mg. potassium tablet, or any other kind of horrible tasting tablet, even after a meal, I must crush it, first of all, because my throat is narrow and not capable of swallowing anything hard that's approx. pea-sized or bigger. WARNING: DO NOT crush any tablets without verifying from the manufacturer that they can be crushed. If you crush time release tablets you can release too much of the potassium at a time which can cause serious reactions and in rare cases be fatal. If a tablet has a score mark, it may not be crushed, just cut at the score. When in doubt check with a pharmacist. I bought a handy pill-crusher that means without it, I'd probably be deficient of several nutrients. I put my crushed tablet on a spoon and put it in my mouth. Then I put one or two teaspoons of something good-tasting or sweet in my mouth, such as white sugar or my new favorite, strawberry jam. I mix the crushed pill with sugar or jam, etc. in my mouth and then swallow it a little at a time, to make sure it's sweet enough. By taking the time to make sure the mixture tastes reasonably good, my stomach does not react badly. You may be able to fool your sense of taste, by quickly swallowing, but will it agree with your stomach?
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Why do eating chips cause diarrhea?

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There are special chips in which a fat substitute called Olestra or Olean is used. Olestra is an artificially produced substance which works much like fat do but which the body can not break down and use, and thus it passes through the body unchanged. A problem is that vitamines are absorbed in it and thus brought out of the body too. A positive similar effect is that some poisons, like dioxine, is also absorbed and brought out. Another side effect that some people can experience from Olestra is abdominal cramps and diarreha. Chips which contain Olestra must be marked with information about this. If the chips you have eaten do not contain Olestra, another reason must be figured out, but I can confirm that you are not alone with this problem. I also get diarrhea from chips (without Olestra).
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Is it normal to have diarrhea during your period?

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Yes, it is normal to have diarrhea during your period because I get it sometimes also. I agree with whoever said that, but let me explain why just so that you might feel better. I am 27, so I've had periods for a long time, but the diarrhea didn't start until semi-recently. It seemed to me like no change in diet and amount of Pepto-Bismol changed the symptoms, and I figured it would just be something I had to deal with, but, after some research, this is what I can deduce: There are chemicals called prostaglandins that your body releases that signals your body to get rid of the unneeded blood. [Women who have stalled periods or are going through menopause have the lack of that chemical to blame.] Anyhow, what they do is cause the uterus to contract, which can also trigger contractions in your bowels, causing diarrhea. It usually occurs only for the first few days of your flow, while the chemical is in heavy use. Ibuprofen reduces the amount of the chemical - I would recommend taking 3 instead of the usual 2. I've also heard that eating bland foods helps, though that didn't help in my case. 3 IBs every 4 hours or so has helped me immensely, and also helps deal with the cramps. I get diarrhoea during my period. Approximately on the second day of bleeding. It is a relativly new thing for me. Im 25. I had a baby 2 years ago and had a coil fitted, since then I have noticed my periods are heavier, and I have started to have diarrhoea. I take paracetamol to help with cramps, sometimes with ibuprofen 400mg. Taking more than the recommended dose of ibuprofen can worsen stomach cramps and can also lead to gastric bleeding. The recommended does of ibuprofen is 400mg 6 hourly.
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Does black tea help cure diarrhea?

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Absolutely! My mother (born in 1923) gave me strong black, unsweetened tea when I was a child to cure diarrhea, and I still use it for this purpose today with my family. Apparently scientists have also spent heaps of money proving what "old wives" have known for a very long time....
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Is it normal to have diarrhea and gas when taking hydro-whey supplements?

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Answer Whey is a dairy product that contains high amounts of casein (a milk protein) and also some lactose( a sugar). If you are sensitive to either of those, or other dairy components, they could cause diarrhea, gas, or other types of digestive discomfort. Also, some studies have linked casein (and other animal proteins) to cancer, though the evidence is controversial. Answer You might also be lactose intolerant. I hope you don't have a significant other. :) You should try a why protein supplement that contains lactase. This definitely helped me a lot with the same problem. Also, if you are taking it with milk, maybe try soy milk or lactaid or something like that. Most importantly, make sure you are not consuming more than around 50 grams of protein at a time. Your body really can't process more than 50 grams in a given meal, so the excess will cause cramping/diarhrhea and gas.
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Does clear eyes give you diarrhea if swallowed?

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It's been known to do so in some cases. It doesn't have a 100% success rate though. Whilst it may work for some, it will have nil effect on others.
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What is diarrhea?

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Diarrhea is loose stools. It is an uncomfortable and unpleasant medical condition caused when there is far too much water in the intestinal tract. This results in watery stools which usually appear with considerable urgency and may be accompanied by pain and cramping. So your feces (or poop if you prefer) has a much higher water content than is healthy. Most times it comes out rather quickly. The most common cause of diarrhea is an intestinal virus sometimes called "stomach flu" or "intestinal flu", although totally unrelated to influenza virus. It can be caused by food poisoning, but it can also be caused by bacteria, parasites and viruses. It can also be caused by food reactions or chemicals. Artificial sweeteners such as sorbital and sucralose are notorious for causing intestinal inflammation in some people. Occasionally constant diarrhea occurs as part of a serious condition such as intestinal infection, Crohn's Disease, ulcerative colitis, or cancer. Also diarrhea is almost always a side effect of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Diarrhea can be very dangerous if you do not get enough fluids. A lesser risk is that you won't get all the nutritional value from your food because it is not in the lower intestine long enough and this irregular digestive pattern can disrupt the bacterial balance. Most diarrhea is harmless and goes away in a couple days. The most important thing about treating diarrhea is to drink lots of fluids in small amounts to keep your body from dehydrating. If it is severe, painful, doesn't go away or doesn't harden up with over the counter medicines or if the person afflicted is very young, very old or in generally poor health, seek professional medical attention immediately. The failure of the extraction of the liquid in the human waste, which is done by the large intestine. It is not communicable. a diarrhoea is a sickness in which there are stomach pains and watery matter passes through the bowels.
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Does penicillan cause diarrhea?

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This can be one of the side effects of taking any antibiotic. As well as killing the bad bacteria that you are taking the penicillin for, it also kills off some of the natural (good) bacteria that live in your intestines. This upsets the balance of flora (the things that live in your intestines) and may cause you to have diarrhea for a time. Make sure you tell your doctor what has happened so that he/she is aware of this and can intervene if required, but you should get over this once you stop taking the penicillin.... Oh ! and by the way make sure you take ALL the penicillin you were given by the doctor (unless the doctor tells you not to if he/she changes your treatment), failure to complete the treatment prescribed allows bacteria to become resistant to the penicillin and worse, may not cure you properly.
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What is the cause of diarrhea?

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There are a significant number of causes of diarrhea. It typically is caused by something that irritates the gastrointestinal tract. Acute diarrhea is usually related to a bacterial, viral, or parasitic infection. Chronic diarrhea is usually related to functional disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease. Some examples of the many causes are: Viral infections. Norwalk Flu (viral gastroenteritis caused by norovirus or other viruses), aka "stomach flu", are the most common causes of acute diarrhea. Many other viruses cause diarrhea, including rotavirus, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex virus, and viral hepatitis. Reaction to medicines. Many medications can have the side effect of diarrhea. Antibiotics that kill the "good bacteria" are an example. Without the good bacteria, other microbes can grow out of control and irritate the gut causing diarrhea. Additional medicines that can cause diarrhea include: blood pressure medications, cancer drugs, antacids containing magnesium, NSAIDS, and antiarrhythmia heart medicines. Parasites. Parasites, worms, etc. can enter the body through food or water and exposure to others who harbor them, and settle in the digestive system. Parasites that cause diarrhea include Giardia lamblia, Entamoeba histolytica, and Cryptosporidium. Bacterial infections. Several types of bacteria consumed through contaminated food (food poisoning) or water can cause diarrhea and are well known as: traveler's diarrhea, Delhi Belly, and Montezuma's Revenge. Additionally, not washing your hands after use of the restroom can allow you to pick up microbes and parasites from others that cause diarrhea. Common bacterial culprits include Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, and Escherichia coli (E. coli). Unsafe drinking water. Besides the possible parasites, viral and bacterial infections, unsafe drinking water can contain toxic pollutants and the toxins made by bacteria that cause diarrhea. Acute or Chronic systemic diseases and Intestinal diseases. Inflammatory bowel disease, colitis, Crohn's disease, Celiac disease, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), gastrointestinal cancers, ulcerative colitis, pancreatitis, Addison's Disease (pituitary), diabetes, hyperthyroidism, AIDS, etc. are common causes especially of chronic diarrhea. Acute diarrhea is often found with severe infections and septicemia. Food intolerance. Some people are unable to digest food components such as artificial sweeteners, like Maltitol, etc. and lactose - the sugar found in milk (lactose intolerance). Psychosomatic causes. Anxiety, stress, and panic attacks can create diarrhea. Alcohol consumption can be a cause in some people, as well as chronic alcoholism due to various organ damage caused by alcohol abuse. Bowel irregularity/constipation can cause diarrhea. If the bowel is impacted and unable to eliminate the feces, diarrhea can result as the body's response to try to flush the impaction out. Laxative abuse. Some people overuse laxatives which can result in chronic diarrhea. There are many causes of diarrhea. These causes can be from food poisoning, viruses, bacteria, or parasites. Most cases of viral diarrhea run it's course in a matter of days.
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Why is dangerous for an infant to have diarrhea?

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With such small bodies, they can become dangerously dehydrated quickly.
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What causes rotten egg burps and diarrhea?

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Recurrent "rotten-egg" tasting burps associated with diarrhea could be a symptom of Giardia lamblia infection. Giardia lamblia is a parasite that colonises and reproduces in the small intestine of humans, but is also one of the most common parasites infecting cats and dogs. Symptoms of infection could also include excessive gas, bloating and nausea. Usually the body will clear this parasite out on its own over time, but there are also medical treatments available. People who have had similar symptoms due to other causes have listed some additional ideas below: ______ 1) Could be a gastric-emptying problem (aka motility problem). 2) I have the same problem from time to time. Doc can't put his finger on it. I tried many of the prescription and more exotic drugs for stomach disorders and got zero relief. As a last resort I tried Bismuth subsalicylate and got IMMEDIATE relief. Yes Pepto-Bismol was my answer, as silly as it might seems. 3) I suffered this burps myself as a teen and it wasn't until I was about 22 that I realised it was actually an allergic reaction to some of the food I'd eat. For example when I was a teen my mum used to give me swede all the time for dinner, I used to love the stuff but I stopped eating it and the burps stopped, I didnt think nothing of it until I ate swede again when I was 22 and the next day I had these burps which would last for several days. Used to be embarrassing at School cos I could not help but burp and the classroom used to smell of rotten egg. When I burped quietly I just sat by the window and burped out of the window lol
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Why do you get diarrhea?

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Its a way of your body getting rid of a bacteria in your stomach or intestines. you poo ! o)

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