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Suffering from stomach ache and frequent bowels. Is it a stomach infection?

Hi me, my fiance, my 4yr old daughter and 2yr old son. Over the last week have been going to the toilet a lot ( bowel movement ) its soft and like all of a sudden if you need to go you need to go! We dont fill unwell. Gone of food little bit. But get belly ache all of sudden and have to run to the loo! It s not runny but very soft! What can be causing this?tthanks
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, In most of the diarrhea cases the main reason is either bacterial or viral and can be water born (almost) or food born, if it does not associated with fever or bad vomiting then it will come around it self, meanwhile be on light diet, drink fluid as much as you can,,, you can try Live bacillus in lyophillized form it may restore your intestinal flora , and will control the bowl movements,,, hope this will help you ,, Bye
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