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Suffering from acute enterocolitis, can any online doctor explain my present condition ?

Age 39, Weight 61.5 droped to 60 in last 25 days. Had diarrhoea on 2nd Aug. was given medication by family doctor not controlled was hospitalised on 4th Aug. All test reports normal except stool test which shows presence of E.coli and E histolytica. Treatment given was Inj Zanocin, Inj Taxim, Inj. Metrogyl and Tab. Darolac during hospitalization anf course of Tab Zanocin TZ twicw a day for 2 days, Tab Taxim O200mg twicw a day for 2 days, Tab Pan D 1 Twice a day for 1 week and Tab Normaxin 1 twice a day 1 week.Diagnosis Acute Enterocolitis Got well but again on 16th while driving to office felt a strong urge for a bowel movement which i could not hold and again was treated with Inj Neksium 40 mg Unibag NS 00ml, Metris 100 ml, oflox 100ml Inj, Emeset 2 ml inj., with course of Oflox 200mg 2times 5 days mehyl 400 2 times 5 days cap redodil 3 times 2 days.diagonsis AGE got fine but again on 24th had same problem was advised to repeart corse of ciplox TZ and Doxy for 5 days. On 26th was slight improvement but not complete releif. Pls sggest which tests will confirm /supplement diagnosis/ any other suggestion. I am on medication for thyroid 100mg since last 2.5 yrs. Recent reports show high TSH=6.8 Current mediction by gastro spl. is O2 twice a day for 5 dys, yogut once in a day. Feeling better had stool only once today
Asked On : Fri, 26 Aug 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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You could be having diarrhoea mainly because of many antibiotics were taken and because of that the good bacteria have died in the intestine. Have plenty of yoghurt, curds. You can take Imodium tablet to stop the diarrhoea. Drink plenty of water. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Avoid spicy, fatty food till you have recovered.
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Cardiologist Dr. Naresh Ruparelia's  Response
Hi well come to HCm.
So many test require to diagnose chronic Diarhhoea. Its big problem for treating
Doctor as well. Some times discontinuation of medicines also helps.But in your case
You should recheck your thyroid reports if the dose is on higher side than also it
can give recurrent diarrhoea. Next you may submit for colonoscopy to rule out
colitis. thanks
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