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Since when are you having diarrhea?Do you have any other symptom? or past illness?Did you have any test?Did you consult doctor or take any other medicine?
Thank you for the information,Viral diarrhea is usually over within a week.When it is continuing for 4 weeks, there can be other possibilities.Infection with parasites, bacteria can occur.Inflammatory bowel disorders or diverticulitis can cause diarrhea.
High thyroid hormones can cause diarrhea.I would suggest to take an examination by doctor.A few tests like stool, CBC, metabolic panel can be needed.A course of antibiotic can be needed.Meanwhile, please try to keep good hydration.Take plenty of fluid, oral rehydration solution.Urine output should be observed.In dehydration, there can be tired feeling.Bland soft diet, rice, banana, toast can be taken.I hope this information helps.If there’s anything else I can do, please let me know.Please rate my answer excellent if you are satisfied with it.Regards.
Since when are you taking this dose of thyroid?
So this is unlikely related to thyroid.It can be from an infection.
I do not think it is viral.
Viral one would not last 4 weeks
Bacterial or parasitic infection is possible.
Antibiotic would be required in that case.
It will also require medicine like metronidazole in case it is giardia.
Soft bland diet would be good.
It can occur in parasitic infection.
There can be variation in presentation.
A few tests like stool, CBC, metabolic panel would be needed.
You can have follow up query on the same issue.
It is unlikely to go away of its own.
You need to contact your PCP.
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