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Loose motion. Metrogyl 400, eldoper, norflox tz ineffective. Suggestions? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2013
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Doctor:How are you doing?
User:i have been suffering from a bout of loose motion since morn
User:had one metrogyl 400
User:that didnt work
User:now had norflox tz and eldoper
Doctor:Do you have any fever, abdominal pain or vomiting?
User:still have water like loose motion
User:just loose motion
User:no other symptoms
Doctor:Then there is no reason to take the antibiotics
User:so what do u recommend?
Doctor:Firstly, Please take plenty of fluids
Doctor:Lemon water with sugar or ORS would be preferable
User:i am having water and electrol as well
Doctor:Secondly, see a physician to get diphenoxylate and atropine prescribed
Doctor:One tablet would do you a lot of good
User:no docs on sunday
Doctor:I cannot prescribe it here
User:thats why i am on line
Doctor:I am afraid you'll need to go to a hospital
User:can i continue with elsoper
User:thats of no help
Doctor:I dont recommend it personally
Doctor:Clinical experience with this drug is quite limited
Doctor:Since I am unable to examine you, I cannot give you a prescription drug
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