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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 ...
 

What are the underlying causes for major shakes, diarrhea and elevated BP?

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

Can Melatonin cause diarrhea?

Can Melatonin cause diarrhea? ...
 

What causes diarrhea and vomiting?

I have simultaneous diarrhea and vomiting. No doctor has been able to explain or diagnose this. ...
 

What causes vomiting and diarrhea?

Two weeks ago, my 5 year old son came home from school and threw up at night. Then he was fine. The next day, my 3 1/2 year old started throwing up and having severe diarreah. His continued each night for 3 nights. He had no symptoms for 3 nights...
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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? ...
 

What causes diarrhea in a toddler?

Hi Doctor, my kid is 8 months old and she s passing watery stool from last 2 days along with urine after every half hour, until she is slept in night. Also, she is having the urine and stool area got affected with rashes and is very red. When she...
 

What causes diarrhea in a child?

17 month old has had a little bit of diarrhea. She hasn t eaten much--mostly just been drinking her ...
 

What causes vomiting and diarrhea?

and diarrhea) the morning after arriving. He has been sick for seven days. Went to see a doctor yesterday ... caused this? He ate the same foods as the others on the trip. Thank you, Maureen Duffy ...
 

What causes vomiting and diarrhea?

of diarrhea for about two hours. The rest of the day is fine and she s normal. We haven t changed any of her ...
 

Can an ulcer cause diarrhea?

I have diarrea my stomach is crappy feels like alot of gas it seems like when I eat certain things it flares up it started a week n half ago becacause I ate alot of bad foods then it tapered down when to dr gave me dexilant but still feel nausae...
 

What causes diarrhea?

i have diarrhea everyday, starting with a semi solid stool in the morning and progressively runny as the day continues having at least 6-8 bowel movements per day. i have been tested, and all test come back ...
 

What is the cause of nausea and diarrhea?

This is not for me, but someone I know and they don t have good internet service where they are. The questions is they are feeling like they are constipatd, but they have diareaha and passed blood. they were feeling nauseated earlier in the day....
 

What is the cause of vomiting and diarrhea?

My son in law has been diagnosed with stge 3 stomach cancer. He was very overweight and has lost 150 pounds. He began chemo 3 weeks ago and was admitted to the hospital a couple of days ago because he cannot eat anything and is vomitting...
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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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