Certain foods can irritate the GI tract and cause diarrhea, cramps, or abdominal pain. Learn what to avoid if you have Crohn’s disease.
You may notice that your stool isn’t always the color you are used to seeing. Here’s what the colors mean and when you should worry.
Diarrhea is a symptom of a deeper underlying cause. There are many causative factors. Acute diarrhea accompanied by fever and mucus or blood in the stool can be a sign of infection or the presence of parasites. No matter what you are dealing with, there is relief for you and better than that, there is healing for you.
While we know that diarrhea can be dangerous- it kills around 3100 people a year in the US and 2.2 million annually worldwide- we associate dangers with the Third World, the elderly and the very young, especially...