Diarrhea is the common passing of diluted or loose stools. In advanced countries, critical diarrhea is a very normal reason for death. It comes out speedily and may continue from five to ten days. Constant diarrhea may continue for a longer period. It appears that in the growing world, diarrhea is the second reason of infancy death. Occasionally diarrhea is supplemented by fever or abdominal pain. It may happen by allergy, infection or Crohn’s ailment or could be a symptom of an acute illness, viz. IBD (inflammatory bowel disease).
Symptoms of diarrhea:-
Some patients are ill with diarrhea may pass to some extent diluted stools and have short incidents of indigestion. On the other hand the other group of patients may pass very diluted stools and suffer from acute stomach pain. The very usual indications contain:
- An urge to go to the toilet, sometimes this may be sudden
- Temperature (fever)
- Loss of appetite
- Loose, watery stools
- Blood in stool
- Abdominal pain
Causes of diarrhea:-
Normally the reason for diarrhea is infection. Further it is also an indication of bowel virus while the guts and the abdomen become irritated. This may begin by:
- A bacteria – In case water or food is infected parasites and bacteria may pass on into the body. Parasites may contain cryptosporidium and Giardia lamblia.Illustrations of bacteria are Escherichia coli (E. coli), campylobacter, shigella and salmonella. Normally the reason for traveller’s diarrhea is parasites or bacteria.
- An antibiotic– Antibiotic may disrupt the normal stability of bacteria in our bowels. This may direct to virus, usually with a bacterium termed Clostridium difficile.
- A virus – Generally a rotavirus or a norovirus. It may also happen by the herpes simplex germ or a hepatitis germ. Viral diarrhea simply extends.