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Mountain dew cause diarrhea

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Can drinking diet carbonated drink cause diarrhoea?

can drinking diet mountain dew cause diarrhea ...
 

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mountain dew. I got violently ill. I had major shakes, diaherrea, elevated bp, fainting , racing heart, etc ...
 

Can Melatonin cause diarrhea?

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Do gallstones cause diarrhea?

I have had bright yellow diarrhea for 3 days could my gallstones be causing this? ...
 

What are the possible causes for diarrhea?

be causing my diarrhea? What are the possible causes? Do I have chronic pancreatitis? ...I have had diarrhea for almost 4 weeks. I have no other symptoms. I had a colonoscopy 3 yeras ago ...
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Vomiting, diarrhea, fever. Surgery scheduled for cholelithiasis. Cure for condition?

i have been throwing up all day, i had diarrhea 1 time this morning, have been running a fever but i have been sipping on mountain dew and when i am throwing up now i notice a few brown specs ...
 

Can diabetes cause diarrhea?

Can diabetes cause diarrhea? ...
 

Will taking positrim cause diarrhea ?

Dear Doctor , Im Alvin. I took positrim to gain my weight. In the office, I prepared 250ml glass of water at the normal temperature and mix half of the positrim. Then I drink it bit by bit 9am I drink a small sip. Each time I feel hungry I drink a...
 

What causes watery diarrhea?

Have had diarrhea (first bout watery; subsequent bouts not watery). No nausea, no vomiting, no loss of appetite. Has been 3 days now. No one else around me is sick. Wondering if this is just a gastro ...
 

What causes headaches and Diarrhea?

Hello Doc...I m Nasir ahmed 34 Male from Guwahati Assam..Got loose motion from 2 days with continous headache ...took norflox and lemolate as felt feverish day before yesterday...freq of going to loo has reduced. But headache still continues..pl help
 

Does colonoscopy causes diarrhea?

mucus with yellow stool which is either very loose or diarrhea. These symptoms weren t there before ...
 

Can smoking cause diarrhea?

For the past 8 months from getting back from mexico i have had diorehha, i have been to the doctors had a blood test and are now waiting for another appointment to have a camera insterted through my bum. I only started smoking heavily before going...
 

What causes weakness and diarrhea?

Hello I do not feel very good since wednesday I am feeling very weak and tired most of the time I have had diharrea the wedn thurs frid and sat and the the past 5 days i have lost my appetite and i feel extremely weak, like If i have the flu but I...
 

Cause for having diarrhea?

. Would any of these cause diarrhea? Metoprolol, cymbalta and simvastatin are relatively new (4 months ...Last week I had a colonoscopy which revealed microscopic colitis. I have had watery diarrhea ...
 

What causes diarrhea in children?

My daughter is nearly 6months and she s teething. For the past week she has woken and had diarrhea ... diarrhea is waterly, slimey and froffy. Is this all normal? ...
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what is the best medicine for diarrhea?
Hi, Plenty of fluids, electoral powder with water is the best medicine. Treatment involves, identification of cause. If viral, only fluids. If bacterial - antibiotics required. Wait for two days, if mild. If severe go to ER immediately.
 
Can drinking too much Mountain Dew give you diarrhea?
Yes it can. Avoid using pesticides (they contain good amount of them). Regards
 
How do you get rid of diarrhea from Mountain Dew?
If this is diarrhea induced due to some drink then just do nothing this would come around without the medicine, hydration need to be watched
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