Traveler's Diarrhea (cont.)
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Traveler's Diarrhea Medications
For mild cases, the doctor may recommend the nonprescription medications bismuth subsalicylate and loperamide (see previous precaution).
The use of an antibiotics can reduce the duration of illness from days to hours. For moderate to severe diarrhea, the doctor may prescribe one of these antibiotics:
Anthony L Buscaglia, DO
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