what can i do to stop my constant diarrhea after i eat?
Every time i eat i get very bad diarrhea and usually have to go to the bathroom 2-3 times! i cannot eat outside of home, and it is very irittating.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Have you been to the doctor? You can try yogurt with probiotics (I think I have that the right way round) and eat more cheese. Ease up on the fruit if you eat lots.
One of the key things here is what you're eating - if it's a perfectly healthy and balanced diet then, as previously suggested, see a doctor. Otherwise try eating more fibre and roughage.
Other than making an appointment with your Dr. as soon as possible, take some "Imodium", this will help.
Start the BRAT diet, this includes: Bananas, Rice, Apple Sauce and Toast.
Other than Probiotic Yogurts, DO NOT eat any dairy products, it will just make it much worse.
You should be tested to see if you are Lactose Intolerant, if you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or any other Bowel Diseases.
Also make sure that you drink plenty of fluids to stop you from getting de-hydrated.
Try digestion enzymes before and after meals. Acidophilus capsules a couple times a day. Get good quality ones with multiple types of enzymes and digestion bacteria from a health food store or from Life Extension mail order.
Not medical advice, may or may not work, but worth a try.
Mmmm, I go to the lavatory when I get diarrhoea, probably a better result than the bathroom.
Have you tried asking your doctor instead of a bunch of amateurs, probably get a more intelligent answer.
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