For as long as I can remember (I'm 33), I have had very soft stools (not diarrhea), up to three or four times per day which an urgency that rarely allows more than 30 minutes to find a toilet. I recently took a regiment of Amoxycillin 850 for chronic sinusitis. The sinusitis has, as a result, been eliminated. An additional benefit was a noticable change in motility. While I had the expected side-effect of diarrhea a couple of times during the regiment, once completed, my stools were very well-formed, passing usually only once per day, and with less urgency. This glorious state lasted for about a month following the antibiotic, and has since tapered off to the norm I knew beforehand. Why did this antibiotic help me so much and what can I do to get back to that wonderful state? Obviously, I cannot stay on antibiotics. I have tried probiotics, which were somewhat helpful, but the results were nothing like this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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