For the last year, Ive been experiencing explosive diarehea and vomiting. It was just once a month, but lately it's almost a weekly basis. Feel much better after vomiting. No fever or blood. Just sever abdominal pain on onset.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
Without a clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of your symptoms. Based on your symptoms it is possible that you could be suffering from diarrhea related to dietary causes, food allergies, infections, inflammations etc.Few other possibilities could be related to irritable bowel syndrome,malabsorption syndromes, micronutrient deficiencies, GI motility issues, hormonal/ endocrine abnormalities, growths/ masses etc. In view of recurrent diarrhea I would suggest you to schedule an appointment with a gastroenterologist. A correct diagnosis is necessary for timely and right management of your condition.
Best wishes and regards!
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