Diarrhea (cont.)



Drug-induced diarrhea is very common because many drugs cause diarrhea. The clue to drug-induced diarrhea is that the diarrhea begins soon after treatment with the drug is begun. The medications that most frequently cause diarrhea are antacids and nutritional supplements that contain magnesium. Other classes of medication that cause diarrhea include:

A few examples of specific medications that commonly cause diarrhea are:

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 2/12/2015

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