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Norflox TZ to treat loose water stools - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: IBS(Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Actually I am suffering from losse motion
Doctor :   since when
User :   which medicine I should to chosse
User :   since morning
User :   my age is 27
User :   male
Doctor :   do you have fever, vomiting, stomach pain
User :   no
User :   actually when I eat a bit more I suffer this prob
User :   only egg I have taken in night
User :   then sleep on the bed after eating
Doctor :   is it watery loost stools
User :   ye
User :   but not much
Doctor :   Take more of curd rice
Doctor :   avoid spicy foods
User :   ok
User :   should I take any medicine
Doctor :   Drink lot of water with electrolyte powder
Doctor :   drink tender cococnut water
Doctor :   try this for one day, if not coming down
User :   no medicine
Doctor :   you may require to take medications
User :   I suffer this prob very much
User :   ??
User :   medicine for future ??
Doctor :   antibiotcs
User :   any specific name dependal
Doctor :   which can be prescribed only after physical examination by a doctor
User :   entomezaal
User :   norflox TZ
Doctor :   norflox TZ
Doctor :   2 times a day for 5 days for 5 days

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