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  • Aw man I've had frequent loose and watery bowel movements. I constantly have abdominal cramps, pain, fever, bloating, nausea, and occasionally blood in my stool...
  • I know diarrhea can be caused by a variety of things such as viruses, bacteria and parasites, medications, fructose, surgery, and other digestive disorders.
  • Maybe to prevent it I should have washed my hands regularly and be aware of my cleanliness and my diet.
  • Oh man, I need to drink some water, this condition makes me dehydrated, which could possibly end very poorly. Good thing I'm not under the age of 3, or it would be very dangerous for me to be dehydrated.
  • Ah thank you for coming in, you do have a case of diarrhea. We are just going to give you pepto bismal, stay hydrated, eat foods such as bananas, nuts, anything that calms the stomach, and let the diarrhea go away on its own.
  • Diarrhea is usually an imbalance in the intestines, which is why the condition occurs so frequently. Your intestines don't absorb the majority of water in the large intestines, in hopes of flushing out the imbalances. This allows for your body to cleanse itself, but you endure a not so fun condition. Normally your intestines will just absorb all water and nutrients and excrete the waste. The intestines are located in your abdominal cavity, and are several feet long if stretched out. They look like tubing in your body essentially.
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