Kindly help me with my problems which i m facing since two months.
Here are my symptoms:
Sudden urge to release stool
Need to stool more then three time a day
Occasional diarrhoea but sometimes constipation. Sometimes both at same day.
Burning sensation during peeing
I take no medicines
I have suffered with no chronic problem other than jaundice or seasonal flu which i m not having right now
I eat whole grain wheat breads with cooked vegetables or chicken
I drink more than 10 glasses of water
Eating no spices doesn't stop syndrome but helps little bit
I m 16 years old.
I have already gone through my puberty probably
I am having acne which grows almost once a week.
So sorry you are not well. It sounds like you picked up a bug/infection somewhere. Could be from the water or food.
Salmonella or e coli perhaps. Maybe just H Pylori. In any case, you need a doctor.
In the meantime, try drinking 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in your glass of water. That's good for Salmonella. But H Pylori and e coli need a medical prescription.
Also take 5 cups of water, add 1 Tablespoon of sugar and 1 teaspoon of salt and a pinch of baking soda. Mix well and drink sips all day. This will keep you from dehydrating before you get to your doctor.
Please take care of yourself! Wishing you the best...
Thank you so much for caring for me but i feel very mbarrassing to aay these **** related thngs to my family doctor. Would metronidazole or cipro or co-amoxiclave help. Or any other medicine please.
My problem doesn't look too much serious and i am having it for about 2 months.
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