Small changes can make a big difference
There are a number of reasons why you may be experiencing more frequent occurrences of diarrhea – from the food you choose to eat to the amount of stress in your life. It can also be caused by other things, such as taking certain antibiotics. Consult your healthcare professional if you think your diarrhea may be caused by medications you are taking.
Longer-lasting or persistently recurrent diarrhea might indicate an underlying medical condition, so you should talk to your healthcare professional.
In this section you’ll find tips and advice on helpful things you can do to help manage your diarrhea.
Know your triggers.
Your triggers might be certain foods, drinks or eating habits, or even stress. Keep an eye on your diet (write a food diary if you’re still trying to identify trigger foods) and consider taking steps to reduce your stress level if you feel that it may be the trigger for your diarrhea.