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What Can You Tell Me About A Treatment For Someone With A Stomach Virus That Is Causing Bloody diarrhea, They Also Have Hemorrhoids?

A: Well there''s not much a doctor can do about a virus, there is no cure all. He may be able to prescribe something for the hemorrhoids or run some extra tests because of it being bloody. For the most part, you just have to let a virus run its course. These symptoms may suggest a stomach flu or Ulcerative colitis. For treating stomach flu, consumption of liquids without vomiting is important. Avoid liquids that are acidic. Avoid dairy products. Prescription medicine is also available to prevent stomach flu. Most people can be treated with medication for ulcerative colitis. In severe cases, surgery can also be done. Basing on the information given, the best thing to do is to address the bleeding issues. A coagulant should be given while blood...


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What Are the Most Common causes of Green diarrhea?

A: Green diarrhea is generally not a cause for serious concern and is usually caused by the types of food an individual has eaten, or the medication he has taken. The human body passes along any portion of undigested food out through the bowels, which can sometimes retain the food`s original color. This symptom can occasionally be a sign of a more serious problem, such as bacteria living in the gastrointestinal tract. This condition often resolves itself without treatment or medication.. diarrhea is typically defined as a loose, somewhat liquid bowel movement. This symptom alone can occur for a variety of health related...


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What Can You Tell Me About A Treatment For Someone With A Stomach Virus That Is Causing Bloody diarrhea, They Also Have Hemorrhoids?

A: Well there''s not much a doctor can do about a virus, there is no cure all. He may be able to prescribe something for the hemorrhoids or run some extra tests because of it being bloody. For the most part, you just have to let a virus run its course. These symptoms may suggest a stomach flu or Ulcerative colitis. For treating stomach flu, consumption of liquids without vomiting is important. Avoid liquids that are acidic. Avoid dairy products. Prescription medicine is also available to prevent stomach flu. Most people can be treated with medication for ulcerative colitis. In severe cases, surgery can also be done. Basing on the information given, the best thing to do is to address the bleeding issues. A coagulant should be given while blood...


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How Do You Get Rid of diarrhea?

A: The best strategy for getting rid of diarrhea is to follow a bland diet for a day or two. At one time called the BRATT diet, it consists of bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, and tea. All of these are easy to digest which should relieve symptoms. Additionally, increase water intake. Diet is the most common cause of chronic diarrhea. Greasy foods and foods high in fat can often cause diarrhea in sensitive stomachs. Reducing such foods can help decrease the number of episodes experienced. It would depend on what is causing the diarrhea. If it is a...


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How Do You Get Rid of diarrhea?

A: The best strategy for getting rid of diarrhea is to follow a bland diet for a day or two. At one time called the BRATT diet, it consists of bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, and tea. All of these are easy to digest which should relieve symptoms. Additionally, increase water intake. Diet is the most common cause of chronic diarrhea. Greasy foods and foods high in fat can often cause diarrhea in sensitive stomachs. Reducing such foods can help decrease the number of episodes experienced. It would depend on what is causing the diarrhea. If it is a...


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what are the causes of post diarrhea abdominal distention?

A: It is often related to excessive gas since the population of the normal intestinal flora (bowel bacteria) is disrupted. Other causes may include fluid accumulation in the abdomen and any other causes related to you medical history which your doctor will be able to advise you further on. It is possible that this distension is unrelated to the diarrhea and just a symptoms of the cause of the diarrhea. Bloating often occurs for no known reasons in conditions like IBS....


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causes of yellow diarrhea?

A: causes of yellow diarrhea: -a bacterial infection -caused by a lack of bile...
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What Are the Most Common causes of Small Intestine Inflammation?

A: Small intestine inflammation can be caused by many different factors. Most cases result from bacterial or viral infections, and the condition is usually short-lived. Chronic, long-term small intestine inflammation can be caused by autoimmune disorders such as Crohn`s disease. In addition, some people experience problems after taking large amounts of prescription, over-the-counter, or illicit drugs. Symptoms of abdominal pain, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems generally go away within a few days with rest and sufficient fluid intake.. Also called enteritis, small intestine inflammation is a very common problem for infants and children. Most instances of enteritis in young patients...


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What Are the Most Common causes of Belly Button Pain?

A: Some of the most common causes of belly button pain are constipation or diarrhea, belly button piercings, and appendicitis. Both constipation and diarrhea can be caused by many things, including irritable bowel syndrome, but the result is usually pain around the belly button area. In addition, the pain of a belly button piercing can last for weeks, or months if the site is infected. Lastly, appendicitis is a common condition that can start with belly button pain, and is usually solved when the appendix is surgically removed.. Constipation is a very common cause of pain around the belly button area. Anyone can become...


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causes of loose bowel movements ?

A: If you are referring to diarrhea, there are very few ''surgical illnesses'' that cause chronic diarrhea other than, perhaps, carcinoid syndrome or Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (most causes of chronic diarrhea are due to medically-treated conditions). Rarely, diverticulitis may also be associasted with chronic loose stools. Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS http://doctorwascher.com...
 
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