If your preschooler is otherwise healthy and is getting plenty of fluids, the diarrhea will probably clear up in a couple of days. Bacterial infection Bacteria such as salmonella, shigella, staphylococcus, campylobacter, or E. coli can also be responsible for diarrhea.
Diarrhea, with itsfrequent and watery bowel movements, often is caused by gastrointestinal infections (although other illnesses and dietary changes also can be culprits). Germs such as parasites, viruses, or bacteria all can cause gastrointestinal (GI)infections.
Diarrhea is a condition that is classified as the appearance of loose, watery stools and/or a frequent need to go to the bathroom. Diarrhea may be related to a viral or bacterial infection and is sometimes the result of food poisoning.
Generally, diarrhea occurs within the first week of travel and lasts up to three to four days. Affected individuals on average pass up to five loose or watery bowel movements per day which may be associated with cramps.
We have not introduced any new foods, but he got his first tooth 5 days ago and I have heard that sometimes teeething can cause diarrhea. 16 out of 16 found this helpful It's funny because I was wondering if teething could cause diarrhea as well.
Traveler's diarrhea is a digestive tract disorder that commonly causes loose stools and abdominal cramps. However, it's a good idea to have doctor-approved medications with you when you travel to high-risk areas in case diarrhea persists.