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Diarrhoea, stomach pains, appendix removed. Is there a way to relieve pain?

my son who is 18, weighs about 135 and is 6ft 3in started with dirahea the night before last, that subsided, and a few hours later he started with bad stomach pains, saying its like a cross between burning and stabhing. This has been going on since yesterday afternoon, and is still continuing. He has had his appendix removed almost 4 years ago. I m looking for a way to releive some of his pain.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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it is most likely that he is having g i infection and needs immediate treatment with i v medicines and infusions.
Please take him to emergency and get a check up and start on treatment .
If he can take oral medicines and no vomiting you can start on brakke tab 1 tab 2 times after food .
vibact ds 1 tab daily .For pain decolic tab 1 tab may be given three times .
Better will be to take immediate medical consultation .
hope you be all right soon
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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