I’ve been having diarrhea for two days.
The symptoms are pretty mild.
But I’m not a doctor.
I’ve seen a lot of people in the media say they’re going to get diarrhea.
They say they have to get a cortisone shot.
That’s fine for people with high-risk diseases.
It’s not fine for me.
If you’re going through diarrhea and you have a history of diarrhea, there are a lot more effective treatments.
There are no proven treatments that work in the short term for diarrhea.
That’s why we have to wait for the results of the tests.
And you need to have a stool sample.
Because it’s going to come back with high levels of the antibiotic.
I have a very high-sugar diet.
This is the best time to start treatment, says Dr. Jeffrey W. Smith, MD, chief of gastroenterology at the University of Pennsylvania.
For a short time, this is when you can get good results, he says.
At this point, I don’t think it is the time to give up on diarrhea.
The sooner you stop the diarrhea, the better, he adds.