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Flatulence, frequent watery stools after intake of Zentel. Advice

Hello, I am a 21 year old male. I took Zentel last night and the following morning I had started to flatulate a lot. My stool within this 24 hours after is watery and occurs at 5 minute intervals (no exaggeration). I have an event to attend 2 days after taking the zentel. I would like to know if I am to start making plans not to attend.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Watery stool may somtimes be caused , but very rare by Zentel (Albendazole ) which is commonly used for deworming. Might be you have contacted some infections. Take plenty of ORS with Loperamide tab (Imodium) starting dose of 4 mg, followed by a 2 mg dose after each loose bowel movement (or bout of diarrhea), not exceeding 16 mg per day and Recadrotil 100 mg 3 times/day for 5-7 days along with Ofloxacin 400mg and Ornidazole 500mg combination tab to be taken twice after food will be helpful.
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