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    Yellow watery diarreah
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    Littlebarty1974 posted:
    I am on an antibiotic that created some unpleasant side effects. I have had diarrah since Sunday night. Yesterday and today its been yellow, and very watery. I can't take anything to stop it with out calling dr.

    My mom said it sounds like its healing. But I am very tired, and run down. Is she right? Or should I go to dr?

    I have been eating popsicles and toast pretty much, these are the only things that will stay in.

    Last night I was up every 10 minutes from 2:30-4 going.
     
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    boonkian responded:
    Yes, you should consult your doctor if the diarrhea continues. Drink lots of water to avoid dehydration.

    Eat some banana, banana helps to stop diarrhea.


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