Treatment For Loose Motion

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neelesh Says:


i am having loose motion since last 5 days(3 -4 times a day) ,even i am taking norflox-TZ,sporolac powder medicine daily ,also eating banans,but not getting any relieve(should i stopped to drink tea & eating little spicy food, for few days )pls help me.i am very uncomfortable.



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Verwon Says:

What has your doctor advised?

The Norflox-TZ contains the active ingredients Norfloxacin and Tinidazole, it is an antibiotic, used to treat various types of infections and it can cause diarrhea, as a side effect.

What where you taking it for? If the diarrhea is a side effect of the medication, then it will likely continue, until you finish your course of treatment, with it.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Norfloxacin/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Tinidazole/­

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shani090 Says:

i am suffering from loose motions....it happened last night for first time.i am also feeling temperature.i go to washroom for 4-5 times a day. please help me iam very uncomfortable

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Ramkumar Says:

Hi i have a problem of digestive and loose motion last 1 month and i consult a doctor he gave a tablet metrolog 500mg imodium omacip this all i taken final result loose stool stop but it stool very small and tablet over again starter and again i consult other doctor he gave some rapidflox 500 and flagyl 400 i am having now i dn't knw wat result i am very upset with my health and uncomfortable plz helf me

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Camilo Pharmacist Says:

AFTER U COMPLETE THE PRESENT COURSE OF TABLETS.
STAY ON A PURE VEG DIET, DRINK LOTS OF WATER
STAY AWAY FRM COKE, ALCOHOL.
PLZ TAKE VIBACT-DS . 10 TABS FOR 10 DAYS.... 1 TAB PER DAY U CAN TAKE IT IN THE NIGHT O AFTERNOON .
PLZ BOIL UR WATER BEFORE DRINKING N STAY AWAY FRM OUTSIDE FOOD

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SEBEKA BANERJEE Says:

I am 70 years old i have loose motion since 30 days (5-6 a day) pleas suggest which medicine is good for halt


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