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Severe loose motions, watery stools, fever. History of polio, uses a wheelchair. Cure?

hi.. im 24 years old.. two days before i ate a chicken rool with cold drink and since then im having a severe loss motion.. its just liquid coming out .. :( also im suffering from fever too.. what should i do.. one more thing.. im wheelchair user.. and had polio when i was just 2 years old. im waiting for ur reply.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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hi there, poultry is one of the most common cause of bacterial infection live shigellosis and salmonellosis so I would suggest that get your stool examined for routine and culture senstivity and start on an antibiotic after taking advice of your local doctor after seeing the report. In the mean while you can take plenty of fluids and lactobcillus tablets to support athe normal flora of your intestine., take light soft diet and do get an antibiotic cover for your infection, take caare.
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