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Episode of severe heartburn followed by diarrhea, rumbling stomach, nausea. What could be the reason?

Hi, my problem is this: It started off with severe heartburn about five days ago which was relentless and very painful. Eventually it subsided but now i have diarrhea for the last four days. I felt unwell and my stomach was rumbling constantly. The nausea is gone now as is the rumbling but now I have diarrhea immediately after eating but not after drinking liquids. Please help!
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response

Most probably you are facing a virosis with gastroenteritis.

Please try not to eat for the moment, only have plenty of water, tea as much as you can together with oral rehydration salts.

Take tasectan for diarrhea to stop, probiotics to regulate the normal flora, multivitamins (especially vitamin c), and take some rest.

Gradually, can eat soups and then go as normally.

Wish fast recovery!
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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