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Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Samnick, May 8, 2002.

  1. Samnick

    Samnick New Member

    May 2, 2002
    I have had diarrhea for two weeks and am tired of pepto and/or imodium. HELP...
  2. parsonsdb

    parsonsdb Well-Known Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    I had your same problem at the beginning of school this year, my school food sucks. Also, I lactose intolerant when I was younger. So what you need do is stick with the BRAT diet.
    1)Bread 2)Rice 3)Applesauce 4)Toast . No special servings, just eat this stuff. With this you should be feeling better soon. Until then it's just a shitty situation. I would also advise GO TO THE DOCTOR. Two weeks is a long time for your body not to function correctly.
    \t Parsonsdb
  3. Abe2

    Abe2 Well-Known Member

    Mar 7, 2002
    I'm a big fan of the doctor's office. I had a rash in my underarms and all my friends said to save the $75 and just switch deoderants. I laughed in their silly faces and went the doctor's office anyway.

    His verdict? "You're allergic to your deoderant. Use another brand."

    Ah, but then he wrote me a prescription for a cortizone that will get rid of the rash in 24 hours and can be used whenever I have any other kind of rash. Plus he wrote me a free script for Claritin just as a bonus.

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