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    An_241413 posted:
    Have diverticulitus. Have had antibiotics for two weeks. No relief. Have had this before. I think it should have been cleared up by now.
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    Miserable_SOB responded:
    I've had diarrhea ever since I came down with Ulcerative Colits. And even after I had J Pouch surgery I'm attacked by it everyday. That's all I expect to see for the rest of my miserable life.
     
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    sheba_q responded:
    Have you been taking probiotics? Antibiotics kill off both the good and bad bacteria and can cause diarrhea.
     
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    lmmowerman replied to Miserable_SOB's response:
    I thought I had it bad. I feel sorry for you. Mine only happens when i eat something that triggers the bacteria.
     
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    lmmowerman replied to sheba_q's response:
    Taking 2 different ones. Eating yogurt to replenise my system.


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