Traveler’s Diarrhea Medicines

The usual medications used for traveler’s diarrhea are over the counter drugs like Pepto-Bismol, which has Bismuth subsalicylate as an active ingredient. This lessens the time period of the diarrhea and the disease. Anti-motility agents like Imodium and Lomotil reduce the spasms in your intestines to allow your body more time to absorb and digest. This isn’t recommended with people with bloody stool because bloody stool means an infectious agent is in your body and you need to pass that bacteria or parasite as soon as possible. Anti-motility slows down the bowel movements, so you shouldn’t take it when you need to release and clear your body of infectious organisms. Even if you don’t treat traveler’s diarrhea it goes away in 3-4 days. For more severe cases the doctors can prescribe a few days course of antibiotics just to be on the safe side.
Below we listed products that used to deal with Traveler’s Diarrhea symptoms or may have Traveler’s Diarrhea as side effect. All of them are in stock and may be instantly purchased through our online pharmacy website.



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