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Suggest treatment for diarrhea

Well the problem is that for over a little over 3 month every moring and other random numerous times throughout the day I have diareah, here lately ive noticed that i ll get that gota run to the bathroom feeling, after i get up and look back, ive been seeing what appears to be a mucusy or some of that texture sacks about an inch long and wide coming out of me ive tried miralax (nothing), waiting it out (nothing), i do not have the finaces or eligable for help for to go to the doctors. so i hope you could help me as to what these symptoms may indicate. thank you
Thu, 25 Sep 2014
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Prolonged diarrhea can be due to different possible causes such as:(1) irritable bowel syndrome
(2)inflammatory bowel disease- this refers to crohns disease and ulcerative colitis
(3)infections
(4)endocrine disorders such as hyperthyroidism (increased levels of the thyroid hormone)
(5)food allergies or sensitivity to some foods
(6)side effect of medications

To determine the exact cause, however, you would need assessment by a doctor because physical examination and investigations would be needed.

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Suggest treatment for diarrhea

HI, thanks for using healthcare magic Prolonged diarrhea can be due to different possible causes such as:(1) irritable bowel syndrome (2)inflammatory bowel disease- this refers to crohns disease and ulcerative colitis (3)infections (4)endocrine disorders such as hyperthyroidism (increased levels of the thyroid hormone) (5)food allergies or sensitivity to some foods (6)side effect of medications To determine the exact cause, however, you would need assessment by a doctor because physical examination and investigations would be needed. I hope this helps