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Diarrhea is one of the most common bowel problems encountered by people of all ages. Diarrhea occurs because of various reasons such as gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, diarrhea following birth, surgery, drug overdose, pregnancy, lactation and many other factors. The causes of diarrhea differ according to the type of diarrhea experienced.

Diarrhea stools form when the body's mucous membranes are irritated due to some stimuli. This triggers a rapid expulsion of stool that usually occurs in short bursts. The amount of expelled stool depends on the situation and the intensity of the irritation.

Irregularly formed stools may be a sign of colon blockage. This can happen due to many reasons. Some of these reasons are obesity, constipation, diarrhea after eating and even pregnancy.

Diarrhea is also caused by changes in the digestive system, hormonal changes or by medications like birth control pills, antidepressants and laxatives. In infants, diarrhea is often caused by a lack of milk, diarrhea due to excessive crying, diarrhea during nursing and a combination of the above two. Most babies who suffer from diarrhea have no obvious symptoms. However, it is wise to take them to the doctor if your baby is showing any unexplained symptoms like gasping for breath and crying for more than two hours after feeding.

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Diarrhea that lasts for longer periods is known as chronic diarrhea, and this is a condition where the diarrhea does not disappear despite the sudden onset of relief. Chronic diarrhea can occur due to infections like Staphylococcus aureus, strep throat, yeast, viral diarrhea or even kidney disease. Other conditions that can lead to diarrhea are cancer, dehydration, diarrhea due to chemotherapy, pregnancy, anesthesia, surgery and chemotherapy.

Common symptoms of diarrhea include pain while passing food, fever, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, vomiting and fatigue. Some patients might also experience abdominal discomfort that is similar to the abdominal discomfort associated with appendicitis.

Abdominal cramping is also one of the symptoms of diarrhea. It is characterized by sudden pain in the abdomen and usually goes away after passing food. If left untreated, abdominal cramping may progress to a full-blown diarrhea.

Abdominal cramps are not always related to diarrhea but can be caused by the pain and pressure that occur in the abdomen in the absence of a bowel movement. These are also referred to as dyspepsia or as distention of the abdominal organs. Painful movements, such as coughing and grunting, and nausea are also typical of diarrhea. Some of the more serious complications associated with diarrhea include perforated intestines and colon bleeding.

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For mild cases of diarrhea, there is usually no immediate treatment needed. But for more severe cases, it is important to consult a doctor. If a child has a history of diarrhea, it is better to take him or her to the doctor to get diagnosed and treated. In children, diarrhea can cause dehydration. Dehydration can be prevented by drinking adequate liquids to keep the stomach hydrated.

However, it is still important to wait until the diarrhea has been diagnosed by a doctor in order to prevent dehydration in a mild case. In adults, dehydration can occur due to vomiting or nausea. The symptoms of dehydration in adults are: loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, extreme tiredness and fatigue and increased urination.

Severe diarrhea can cause death in some cases. If not treated, diarrhea can lead to electrolyte imbalances and malnutrition. The person with acute diarrhea may not be able to eat, drink or breathe properly.

If you suspect that you have an underlying medical condition, consult a doctor as soon as possible. Although the most common causes of diarrhea are a lack of fiber or a change in diet, there are some other causes for severe cases of diarrhea. For example, infants may contract the infection staphylococcus aureus through improper diaper care and thus, dehydration. Pregnant women are prone to bacterial vaginosis, which causes acute and chronic diarrhea. Women who suffer from pre-menstrual syndrome may experience bleeding after pregnancy and therefore, they should seek immediate medical attention.

There are several methods of treating diarrhea. You can use ointments, creams, suppositories and medications to help prevent or treat diarrhea. Also, avoid giving antibiotics to children.