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Upset stomach
I have had an upset stomach for the past two days.I checked with the doctor and he recommended norflox tz and enteroqunal medicine taking it together twice a day. But my frequency has reduced though whenever I eat something I feel my stomach is bloating and feel the urge to go to the washroom and My potty is still watery and bloated. Should I continue taking these medicines ?
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Continue the mediations and complete the course Consult for further advice
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You should continue with the same medicines as it takes 5-7 days to recover fully.
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Patient's detailed medical history is required. It is recommended to consult a doctor professional through the Practo app or visit a local medical facility for a thorough evaluation. Please keep in mind that detailed medical history is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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To manage or prevent diarrhea, consider these precautions: Hydration: Drink plenty of fluids, such as water, clear broths, or oral rehydration solutions, to prevent dehydration. Avoid certain foods: Stay away from spicy, greasy, or high-fiber foods that may exacerbate diarrhea. BRAT diet: Consider a diet of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast, which are easier on the digestive system. Probiotics: Introduce probiotic-rich foods or supplements to help restore the balance of healthy bacteria in your gut. Rest: Get adequate rest to support your body's recovery. Avoid caffeine and alcohol: These can contribute to dehydration and irritate the digestive system. Medications: Consult to know about over-the-counter anti-diarrheal medications if needed.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Please continue full course of medicine
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Complete the full course...any other problem kindly Consult online
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Yes continue the full course
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