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I have diarrhea for 3 weeks. Please suggest

I have had diarrhea for around 3 weeks now, I have no other symptoms, no fever or anything like that. Once in a while I will get a little crampy but nothing horrible. It happens from the moment I get up in the morning, its the first thing I have to do, and it continues all day. It is very disrupting and I know I should probably go in but I do not like going into the doctor for nothing...any advice would be appreciated.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Aug 2011
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hi,thanks for query.You have to visit a doctor.The reason for this increase frequency is important to know.Please go for stool test and blood counts,this will give some clue to the cause.There are possibility of some infection or indigestion,in any case 3 weeks is pretty long time.This can lead to deficiency of nutrients in your body if proper care is not taken,take more of liquids and light diet.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Tue, 16 Aug 2011
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