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In december my 6 ear old son suffered a really bad bout of gastroenteritis which lasted almost 2 weeks. He suffered vomiting but mainly profuse diarrohea(this is probably not how you spell it). since then he gets really worried if he has the slightest bit of tummy ache, and goes to the toilet to pass a motion between 2 and 6 times a day. When he does go his stools are sometimes normal, sometimes a little loose and other times very loose. I'm worried that the gastroenteritis has had some kind of lasting effect, although reading up on it, it would appear that there should be no lasting effects, and if this is the case, why is my son going to the loo so much. Is he stressing about going to the loo which is affecting his tummy? I don't know what to do as he's not ill, but i feel things are not right.

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From what's stated here.. my suggestion is, feed your son a better, well balanced diet. 9 times out of 10, children with stomach issues have parents that don't cook well balanced meals. These children get too much fat, cholesterol, & sugar intake. We live at a time when faster is better. Fast cars, fast food, etc.. microwavable food.. Take time to cook for your child. o.O
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Some time it is happened with small children, few factors responsible for that and you have to check. H Pylori infection, check drinking water first at home and also at school, that should be purified well by water purifier and way how child eat that should be not very fast, that should be very slow and grind every bite, give food with some fiber diets like oats, corn flux, fresh foods and vegetable foods also wash fruits and vegetables by disinfectants before eat, avoid junk foods and liquid sups and also hot food. First take some homeopathic treatment from good doctor. If not work then check chemical imbalance in brain some time serotonin is also responsible,
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter, a specialized molecule that allows nerve cells to communicate and interact with each other. Without neurotransmitters we would be unable to think, perceive, move, or even live. Serotonin also does double duty in the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems. It helps regulate the expansion and contraction of blood vessels and the function of platelets, the blood cells that cause blood to coagulate and close a wound. It also causes smooth muscles to contract, such as the abdominal muscles that aid digestion by pushing food through the GI tract.
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