Causes Defecation For Up To 2 Months But Does Not Bleed?
permission to ask the doctor, I have experienced diarrhea for about 2 months, but I have not felt diarrhea symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, bleeding chapter etc.
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Diarrhea is a change in bowel consistency that exceeds the normal frequency. So if you experience changes in consistency, for example, becoming liquid exceeds the normal frequency is usually included in diarrhea. Diarrhea itself based on time can be divided into acute and chronic. Acute diarrhea is when it lasts less than 2 weeks. But if it has happened more than two weeks, including chronic diarrhea.
The following article is further about: Differences in acute and chronic diarrhea
As happened to you, if Ana experienced changes in consistency and frequency of bowel movements for 2 months this condition is included in chronic diarrhea. Several factors can cause chronic bowel movements, for example:
Infection, but chronic ongoing infection is usually a serious condition, most infections cause acute diarrhea. Consumption of certain drugs, such as laxatives, antibiotics Inflammatory bowel disorders Impaired absorption or intolerance of certain food substances Immune system disorders, such as immune deficiency in HIV patients Thyroid disorders, such as hyperthyrodism. To ensure that the cause of chronic diarrhea is a direct physical examination of your oada. It also needs additional tests such as blood tests, endoscopy and other additional tests to find the cause of chronic diarrhea in you. Therefore you should consult your condition immediately with a specialist in internal medicine. Next the doctor will examine and carry out several examinations on you, so that if the cause is known then an appropriate handler can be given.
When diarrhea is most important is to maintain adequate fluid intake in the body to prevent dehydration. You should drink enough water, and consume rehydration fluids such as ORS. If diarrhea can continue to occur dehydration, if symptoms of severe dehydration such as weakness, fainting, reduced urination, decreased awareness should see a doctor immediately at the emergency room or the nearest health facility.
In addition you also need to avoid foods or drinks that can trigger diarrhea such as caffeinated drinks, alcohol, foods and drinks that contain high sugar, spicy foods, fatty foods.
In addition, hygiene factors can also cause diarrhea, make it a habit to wash your hands before and after activities, especially after urinating, gardening, outdoor activities, before and after eating. And consume drinking water that is believed to be sterile and clean. But in your case, if diarrhea occurs more than 2 weeks, it is advisable to consult a doctor so that further causes can be identified.
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