Symptom: Diarrhea

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Diarrhea

Diarrhea is the occurrence of frequent and watery bowel movements. Excessive and frequent diarrhea can lead to dehydration.

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periodic11/25/2013 at 02:58 PM
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Prior to my ileostomy I was on the toilet up to 10 times a day. Anything would set it off and usually would be very loose7/24/2012 at 06:18 AM
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All the time. Like water. Bloody, disgusting, painful.2/19/2012 at 12:26 PM
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Watery bloody stools with mucus.1/28/2012 at 08:56 AM
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I only get it once in awhile now. But it would always come so fast, I'd have to run to the bathroom. I can't eat fried foods or chinese buffets. Big problems. My food never seems to digest completely, because I can see veggies in the toilet. I always ate so healthy, that's why this still shocks me. Hardly any processed foods . Lots of veggies and salads and lean meats. We buy from amish people and they seem to have less chemicals. The diarrehea always burned my rearend and I had to wear cream all the time. Dr. said too many bile acids were building up and gave me a medicine that has really helped. It helped the heartburn too.1/26/2012 at 03:23 PM
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