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Fecal transplant, anyone?!

Fecal transplant, anyone?  Yes, this is a viable treatment.Fecal transplantation is used to treat an intestinal infection called Clostridium difficile or “c. diff.” The clinical spectrum of C. difficile infection can vary from asymptomatic or mild diarrhea all the way … Continue reading

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FDA links reflux medicine to severe diarrhea

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued a drug safety warning  discussing the link between an anti-reflux medication and watery stools.  The warning suggests that medicines in the proton pump inhibitor family (like omeprazole and nexium) may increase the risk … Continue reading

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