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Stomach growling, brown discharge, vomiting, lost appetite. What is going on?

Lately I didn't feel like eating anything. Then at the middle of the night my stomach was growling like crazy but it was like more of a vibrate. After I went to the washroom my poop but a liquidy brown water with some poop pieces on it. It had been happening for about 2 days and I've losten my appetite ever since. I puked about once and it was reddish brownish color. I know it sounds gross. Please help!!
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Hi ! It seems you have a intestinal infection possibly due a food poisoning, whcih gives rise to such symptoms. You should go for a routine stool test followed by a culture sensitivity if advised your family physician. You will have to take a course of proper antibiotics to get rid of this stomach/intestinal infection. Avoid eating outside. Take adequate water to keep you hydrated. Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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