Sudden onset of diarrhea for a week & half now
Hi, I'm a male in my late 50's and two Sundays ago I started having consistant diarrhea from everything I eat. The diarrhea is around the clock. For several days I would only see water come out and nothing else. Resently I see more food particals in my stools, but am still not able have a regular BM. I also feel sick to my stomach on and off through out the whole time I've had this problem though I don't actually vomit. I have chills on and off and a low grade fever that goes with the chills. I'm still working, but it seems to get harder and harder to cope with. I don't know what it could be though I suspect it could be food poisoning from some tomatoes I ate two Sundays ago. Will food poisoning cause these symptoms ? And for this long? Or is it something else? Please get back to me asap and let me know what you diagnoise it to be, so I can get treatment for it or if you think it will pass. Thanks so much!
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