A couple of years ago I was eating some bananas and the next day I experienced diarrhea, which lasted for a couple of days and then went away. This was the only reaction I noticed. A year later I ate some banana bread to see if I would respond the same and again I experienced diarrhea the next day with it lasting for a couple of days. I am puzzled as to why this happens. I used to eat bananas quite frequently and in fact it was not that long of a time span between when I could eat bananas and when they gave me diarrhea. I am not allergic to anything else that I am aware of, I have never had a problem with latex, ragweed, or other fruits like melons, kiwis, and mangos. I am cuirious if this reaction is from a pesticide or some additive sprayed on the bananas or if it is from the banana itself. I have recently tried eating a red banana to see if I would develop the same reactions. It has been a little over a day and a half now and no diarrhea yet. If I don't react to red bananas then I am going to try eating organic bananas since they should be free of pesticides and additives, and I will be able to see if the diarrhea is caused by the banana itself or something else. Please help me out by providing me with any information as to why I would develop diarrhea around a day after eating yellow bananas. Thank you.
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