Common "Diarrhea" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


A clinical condition characterized by frequent bowel movements that may be loose or watery is known as diarrhea. Signs of diarrhea include pain in the abdomen, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, fever, presence of mucus or blood in stool, frequent and multiple motions, dehydration, etc. Common causes of diarrhea include viral infections, bacterial infections, lactose intolerance, food allergies, medications, bowel diseases, etc.

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What causes diarrhea in me after consuming a spicy meal?

Query: Hello doctor, I ate a chicken kebab a week back. Next day morning, I woke with small stomach pain followed by diarrhea. By evening, I was shivering and cold. Next morning I woke up feeling fine but still had diarrhea. Six days later, I am still having diarrhea after eating meals. There has been no ...  Read Full »

Dr. Janrao Smit Uttam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to It seems to be a post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome. Due to infection, normal bacterial flora of the body which is present in the intestine is lost. That is why you are getting such symptoms. These symptoms should go away after a few weeks. If not, then you nee...  Read Full »

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