Sort ByRelevance
  • Ingredients
  • Diets
  • Allergies
  • Nutrition
  • Techniques
  • Cuisines
  • Time

Diarrhea - Symptoms and Treatment

  1. There is both acute and chronic diarrhea. With diarrhea it is especially important that you do not lose too much fluid, especially with the elderly and children, care must be taken that they drink plenty of water (possibly with a bag of O.R.S.). There are various medicines for diarrhea, although a diarrhea inhibitor is not recommended for stomach flu. For example, if you suddenly get diarrhea on a Saturday night, you can always try the home remedies to reduce the diarrhea.

Acute or chronic diarrhea

  1. Acute diarrhea comes on suddenly, this can be a result of stomach flu or, for example, food poisoning. Diarrhea is water-thin stools that you cannot hold down. The most important thing in acute diarrhea is to prevent dehydration, so drink enough water. Chronic diarrhea is diarrhea that lasts for more than two weeks or keeps returning. Chronic diarrhea sometimes occurs with irritable bowel syndrome

Stomach flu or food poisoning

  1. Stomach Flu

Donate - Crypto: 0x742DF91e06acb998e03F1313a692FFBA4638f407