Patient Comments: Diarrhea - Effective Treatments

What kinds of treatments have been effective for your diarrhea?

Comment from: ohio man, 75 or over Male (Patient) Published: May 13

19 months of diarrhea Lomotil and Questran have been tried with no relief. Symptoms disappear when on Cipro, but return as soon as I finish the course. All tests are negative. The only one they haven't tried is Carcinoid.

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Comment from: (Caregiver) Published: October 09

Imodium has always worked for me.

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Comment from: Jill, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: July 12

I had diarrhea for almost 3 weeks. I had no other symptoms, besides stomach cramping. I kept thinking it would just go away. After 19 days I decided I really needed to take some action. I started taking colloidal silver. I have a small colloidal machine and was able to make it myself. The diarrhea was gone within 36 hours. I continued the colloidal silver for one week.

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