I decided to focus on people who are struggling with the disease and the treatments that work. “
But it was never easy to come to terms with my symptoms, so I decided to start this blog.
I decided to focus on people who are struggling with the disease and the treatments that work.
It has been really inspiring to read and share the stories of people who have been through the same thing.
If you or someone you know has been suffering from diarrhea, this blog can help you get through it.”
Read moreAbout this contentThis is the first article in a series of posts about diarrhea and the healthcare community.
I hope to expand on this concept in the future as well as share the latest in diarrhea research and trends.
What is diarrhea?
Diarrhea is a gastrointestinal disorder characterized by chronic discomfort, diarrhea, bloating, and abdominal pain.
Diagnosis and treatmentDiarrhoea can affect anyone, but it can be most common in children and young adults.
The majority of diarrhea cases are mild or moderate in severity, and many are non-life-threatening.
While diarrhea can be caused by any of a wide range of conditions, the most common causes are:Diarrheal cysts or other small or hard-to-detect infections,such as Candida, yeast infections, or virusesThe presence of diarrhea-causing bacteria, such as Staphylococcus aureus, or Staph.
baerii, a common cause of gastroenteritis, such chronic inflammation of the small intestines or a staph infectionStaph infections such as E. coli or Campylobacter are also possible causes of diarrhea.
Symptoms of diarrhea include:A mild or mild-to moderate feverThe feeling of discomfort or pain around your mouth, upper abdomen, or groinCommon side effects such as nausea, vomiting, diarrheaMore common include:Fever of more than 103 degreesFever and/or chills, diarrhea or constipationCommon side reactions, including:Flu-like symptoms, such like fever, cough, runny nose, and diarrheaMore severe side effects, such to:Headache, fever, sore throat, cough or cold sweatsCommon infections, such with:Pneumonia and sepsis, such infection caused by Salmonella, Campylor, or Escherichia coliBacteria that cause pneumonia, such pneumonia caused by Campylococci or Salmonellae, such respiratory infections, infections caused by Cryptosporidium, Escherithiasis, and Pseudomonas, such infections caused or aggravated by Acinetobacter, Pseudowasp, or CandidaBacteria from the respiratory tract, such bacterial pneumonia caused or exacerbated by E.coli or Campolobacter