Overcoming Diarrhea After Consumption Of Ginger Milk?
Morning, my wife had diarrhea from 1 mlm until this morning, at first before my wife had diarrhea drinking ginger milk at 9 mlm, then at 1 st hour it began to taste mules … at 1 o’clock Diarrhea until now at 5:55 a.m., alternating Turn the shower over 20 feet. At 4 o’clock in the morning I gave Diapet Diarrhea Medication, but when diarrhea again went to the toilet my wife was sick, so the medicine came out again … What is the solution y?
Hello Candra, Thank you for the question.
In general, diarrhea occurs due to intestinal infections either by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. Diarrhea can occur when a person consumes contaminated food and drinks or their causes. In addition to the frequency of bowel movements that become more frequent with more liquid stools, sufferers can also experience other symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, flatulence, decreased appetite, headaches, dizziness, weakness, and so on. Apart from intestinal infections, these complaints can also be caused by food allergies, foods containing artificial sweeteners, side effects of drugs, and others.
The main treatment for diarrhea sufferers is to maintain a nutritious food intake to prevent nutritional deficiencies and maintain drink intake to prevent dehydration. Drinks that can be consumed by your wife are water, broth, and ORS. In addition, your wife is also recommended to:
avoid consuming fibrous foods consuming soft foods to make them easier to digest consume smaller portions but more often to avoid nausea avoid consuming spicy, sour, greasy and fatty foods avoid consuming sweet foods and drinks avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy drinks , and alcoholic If this complaint gets worse or if your wife has a high fever, persistent vomiting, cannot consume food and drinks at all, is weak, or the frequency of urinating is reduced, please advise your wife to immediately consult a doctor for examination and further handling. Your doctor may recommend blood testing or stool examination to find the cause before determining the appropriate treatment.
I hope this helps.