Just a quick note to say hi! I have had that problem after a hysterectomy and I had c-diff or cedeficil (sp). Anyway you need to have your bm's tested, cause if it is can get really bad, I couldn't leave my house for 2 months. In the hospital I was on vancomycin and a couple extremely potent antibiotics and seny home wiyh hospice care and a pic in my arm and gave myself I V's to myself. They were erdapentin and deptomycin. Does it have a very foul oder? I was going up to 20 times a day. They say you can catch it in the hospitals. The stomach cramps are herendous! It is a bacteria in your colon. Please have it checked out-- as it can be quite severe! God Bless You! And Please let me know if you have it or if it was something else?! A Caring Friend
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