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    Diarrhea for four days now. PLEASE HELP!!!
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    aprilp01 posted:
    I have had horrible Diarrhea for four days now. It started Sunday night when I went to the bathroom and then got hit with a 101.8 degree temp for the rest of the night. Then all day monday I had no fever but going to the bathroom anytime I ate or drank anything. Tues had some dizziness, naucious, and diarrhea all day. Today feeling a bit better but still going to the bathroom after anything I take in. Plus extremely tired with bad cramping every time I have to go. Plus never heard my stomach make the noises it has made yesterday and today. What should I do?????? Can someone please help?? Thank you.
     
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    alvarado10 responded:
    I had a bad case of diarrea once before and it was to the point I had a hard time walking and lasted about 2-3 days. I recommend going to the ER and they'll hydrate you and give you the right medication.

    you'll be ok.


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