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  • In March and April 1919 there were outbreaks of serious disorder in India and, on the pretext that he wished to prevent similar disturbances spreading into Afghanistan, Amunulla ordered his army to concentrate on the frontier at the three historic entry points into India – the Khyber Pass, the Kurram Valley and the Khojak Pass into Baluchistan.
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  • On this page:
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    Causes of chronic diarrhoea
    Diagnosis of diarrhoea
    Treatment for diarrhoea
    Risk of spreading infection
    Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea
    Where to get help
    Things to remember
    Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (*****) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the ****** then passed out of the body through the ****. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces.

    Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water.

    Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory ***** disease (IBD).
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include:
    abdominal cramps
    abdominal pains
    urgency to go to the toilet
    frequent passing of loose, watery faeces
    nausea
    vomiting.
    Serious symptoms of diarrhoea
    In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two.
    However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including:
    blood in the faeces
    pus in the faeces
    painful passage of faeces
    repeated vomiting
    inability to increase fluid intake
    reduced or absent urination
    fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc).
    If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible.
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    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away.
    Back to top
    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including:
    food poisoning
    gastroenteritis
    tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera
    anxiety or emotional stress
    overconsumption of alcohol
    medications, particularly antibiotics.
    On this page: Symptoms of diarrhoea Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Causes of acute diarrhoea Causes of chronic diarrhoea Diagnosis of diarrhoea Treatment for diarrhoea Risk of spreading infection Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea Where to get help Things to remember Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (bowel) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the rectum then passed out of the body through the anus. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces. Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water. Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Symptoms of diarrhoea The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include: abdominal cramps abdominal pains urgency to go to the toilet frequent passing of loose, watery faeces nausea vomiting. Serious symptoms of diarrhoea In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two. However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including: blood in the faeces pus in the faeces painful passage of faeces repeated vomiting inability to increase fluid intake reduced or absent urination fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc). If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible. Back to top Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away. Back to top Causes of acute diarrhoea A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including: food poisoning gastroenteritis tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera anxiety or emotional stress overconsumption of alcohol medications, particularly antibiotics.
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  • On this page:
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    Causes of chronic diarrhoea
    Diagnosis of diarrhoea
    Treatment for diarrhoea
    Risk of spreading infection
    Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea
    Where to get help
    Things to remember
    Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (*****) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the ****** then passed out of the body through the ****. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces.

    Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water.

    Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory ***** disease (IBD).
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include:
    abdominal cramps
    abdominal pains
    urgency to go to the toilet
    frequent passing of loose, watery faeces
    nausea
    vomiting.
    Serious symptoms of diarrhoea
    In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two.
    However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including:
    blood in the faeces
    pus in the faeces
    painful passage of faeces
    repeated vomiting
    inability to increase fluid intake
    reduced or absent urination
    fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc).
    If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible.
    Back to top
    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away.
    Back to top
    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including:
    food poisoning
    gastroenteritis
    tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera
    anxiety or emotional stress
    overconsumption of alcohol
    medications, particularly antibiotics.
    Common infectious agents
    Contaminated food and water are common causes of acute diarrhoea. Some of the infectious agents known to cause diarrhoea include:
    viruses – such as calici virus, adenovirus and rotavirus
    bacteria – such as E. coli, Campylobacter, V. cholerae, Shigella, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus
    parasites – such as Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium parvum and tapeworm.
    Back to top
    Causes of chronic diarrhoea
    Some of the causes of chronic diarrhoea include:
    coeliac disease – which reduces the intestine’s ability to absorb food
    chronic constipation – the ***** is blocked by hard, impacted faeces, but some liquids manage to seep past the blockage. this condition, called ‘spurious’ or ‘overflow’ diarrhoea, is more common in the elderly
    hormone disorders – such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland)
    cancer – such as ***** cancer
    inflammatory ***** disease – including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
    irritable ***** syndrome – symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, and alternating constipation and diarrhoea
    lactose intolerance – the inability to digest the milk sugar lactose
    medications – including antibiotics, antacids that contain magnesium, laxatives, and drugs for treating hypertension (high blood pressure) and arthritis.
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    Diagnosis of diarrhoea
    Successful treatment depends on diagnosing the cause. Investigations may include:
    medical history
    physical examination
    blood tests
    laboratory analysis of stool sample
    colonoscopy (the insertion of a slender instrument into the **** so that the doctor can look at the ***** lining).
    Back to top
    Treatment for diarrhoea
    Always see your doctor if you experience serious symptoms. Babies and young children with diarrhoea need prompt medical attention.
    Treatment for diarrhoea depends on the cause, but may include:
    plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration
    **** rehydration drinks to replace lost salts and minerals. These drinks are available from pharmacies. An alternative is one part unsweetened pure fruit juice diluted with four parts of water
    intravenous replacement of fluids in severe cases
    medications such as antibiotics and anti-nausea drugs
    anti-diarrhoeal medications, but only on the advice of your doctor. If your diarrhoea is caused by infection, anti-diarrhoeal drugs may keep the infection inside your body for longer
    treatment for any underlying condition, such as inflammatory ***** disease.
    On this page: Symptoms of diarrhoea Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Causes of acute diarrhoea Causes of chronic diarrhoea Diagnosis of diarrhoea Treatment for diarrhoea Risk of spreading infection Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea Where to get help Things to remember Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (bowel) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the rectum then passed out of the body through the anus. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces. Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water. Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Symptoms of diarrhoea The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include: abdominal cramps abdominal pains urgency to go to the toilet frequent passing of loose, watery faeces nausea vomiting. Serious symptoms of diarrhoea In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two. However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including: blood in the faeces pus in the faeces painful passage of faeces repeated vomiting inability to increase fluid intake reduced or absent urination fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc). If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible. Back to top Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away. Back to top Causes of acute diarrhoea A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including: food poisoning gastroenteritis tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera anxiety or emotional stress overconsumption of alcohol medications, particularly antibiotics. Common infectious agents Contaminated food and water are common causes of acute diarrhoea. Some of the infectious agents known to cause diarrhoea include: viruses – such as calici virus, adenovirus and rotavirus bacteria – such as E. coli, Campylobacter, V. cholerae, Shigella, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus parasites – such as Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium parvum and tapeworm. Back to top Causes of chronic diarrhoea Some of the causes of chronic diarrhoea include: coeliac disease – which reduces the intestine’s ability to absorb food chronic constipation – the bowel is blocked by hard, impacted faeces, but some liquids manage to seep past the blockage. this condition, called ‘spurious’ or ‘overflow’ diarrhoea, is more common in the elderly hormone disorders – such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) cancer – such as bowel cancer inflammatory bowel disease – including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease irritable bowel syndrome – symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, and alternating constipation and diarrhoea lactose intolerance – the inability to digest the milk sugar lactose medications – including antibiotics, antacids that contain magnesium, laxatives, and drugs for treating hypertension (high blood pressure) and arthritis. Back to top Diagnosis of diarrhoea Successful treatment depends on diagnosing the cause. Investigations may include: medical history physical examination blood tests laboratory analysis of stool sample colonoscopy (the insertion of a slender instrument into the anus so that the doctor can look at the bowel lining). Back to top Treatment for diarrhoea Always see your doctor if you experience serious symptoms. Babies and young children with diarrhoea need prompt medical attention. Treatment for diarrhoea depends on the cause, but may include: plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration oral rehydration drinks to replace lost salts and minerals. These drinks are available from pharmacies. An alternative is one part unsweetened pure fruit juice diluted with four parts of water intravenous replacement of fluids in severe cases medications such as antibiotics and anti-nausea drugs anti-diarrhoeal medications, but only on the advice of your doctor. If your diarrhoea is caused by infection, anti-diarrhoeal drugs may keep the infection inside your body for longer treatment for any underlying condition, such as inflammatory bowel disease.
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