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Diarrhoea 2 times
I'm having diarrhoea like 2 episodes in 3 hours, had chicken 2 hours before. Should I be worried? Or should I get checked myself.
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This could be due to food you have consumed Please see a physician for your problem before you land up in bigger problem
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It could be due to gastric upset or infection... Kindly Consult online for proper treatment
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Take ORS. And if it increase than consult. Drink plenty of fluid
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Avoid fried food and spicy food Water intake more than Green leafy vegetables and fruits and Do connect and consult Will help you
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Connect please
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You have posted this question around midnight. Please keep yourself hydrated (take at least 5-6 glasses of water at night) and consult a General Physician for a BP check up. If it is normal then you can be treated at home. Otherwise you will need hospitalization.
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Could be related to the food.Have adequate amount of water including ORS and take enterogermina sachets Twice daily till your symptoms are gone.If diarrhea doesn't stop , consider doing a stool analysis and treat accordingly.
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May due to undercooked meet
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ors hydration would suffice
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never try that restaurant again
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Just take one packet of ORS and mix it in 1 L of water. Keep sipping it the whole day. If the diarrhoea doesn't stop in the next two hours then please connect for consultation
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According to your query and sign and  know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment as you have mentioned as above . Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow any medicine or advise after consultation only from a good doctor. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods • take home made food only and do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation  and please keep positive  attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life
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Connect please
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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No worries, it's due to food poisoning
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Get a stool test done.(stool culture) As it is after eating chicken, it can be due to Campylobacteria, Salmonella, E coli or Clostridium perfringens. Treatment may or may not require antibiotics according to report. Typically you may or may not need antibiotics in the form of fluroquinolone or Azithromycin. Till then keep yourself hydrated. Avoid self medication. For further queries or guidance whatsapp nine three seven zero two eight four three seven six.
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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