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Having diarrhea and small swollen lymph node in jaw. No fever. What to do?

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stomach grawing, diarrhea, and a small swollen lymph node in jaw line towards the curve, dark urine. no fever*
Posted Sun, 10 Nov 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Shruti Rijhwani 8 days later
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Dear Sir,

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Well looking into the problem you have cramps in stomach along with diarrhoea which can be due to acute gastroenteritis . The dark coloured urine can be due to dehydration due to stools . But still any signs of hepatitis needs to be looked for .

I will advise you to consult a physician get yourself examined specially for any liver enlargement or tenderness . A routine Complete blood count , stool r/m , stool c/s and liver function tests needs to be done .

Till then have a prebiotic, probiotic tablet . Add curd to your diet and go for bland meals . You doctor will decide the need for starting antibiotics or not .

The swollen lymph node needs to be examined for its significance whether it is related or not , only after that anything can be said .

Take care.

Dr. Shruti
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