The Difference Between Acute Acute diarrhea and Chronic diarrhea

truaces By truaces, 27th Apr 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Recognize whether you are experiencing acute diarrhea or chronic diarrhea. By identifying the type of diarrhea that you experienced, you can determine the right type of treatment.

Acute diarrhea and chronic diarrhea

Diarrhea that is based on the duration of the healing process can be divided into two: Acute diarrhea and chronic diarrhea. Although slightly different, the two types of the disease actually are the same disease that attacked your digestive system. This disease will also make you experience excruciating pain. If you are suffering from diarrhea, you will experience symptoms that make you defecate or excreting dilute. This disease will also cause you more often consume large water a day. On average, you will defecate by more than 3 times a day. And if you are just experiencing the symptoms of diarrhea within 1 to 2 days, it is classified in acute diarrhea. However, if your diarrhea does not go away until the third day, you can conclude that you are suffering from chronic diarrhea.

Chronic diarrhea is slightly different from the acute diarrhea that can go away by itself and will attack you back in the long term. Chronic diarrhea requires serious treatment and can harm your back in a short period of time even if you have been healed. However, although Chronic diarrhea can go by itself, you also shouldn't underestimate this disease. In addition, where chronic diarrhea make you having a disruption in your digestive system, chronic diarrhea will also cause you to become dehydrated. Your body will experience a shortage of fluids and electrolytes. Therefore, you are required to perform treatments that can prevent this from happening.


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