Shigella is known as following a Japanese researcher named Shiga who discovered the bacterium in 1897. It triggers an digestive tract contamination that produces belly cramps, fever, and diarrhea. If diarrhea attacks at a moment when heading to the toilet is either inconvenient (like during an important conference) or whether it's so frequent that this maintains you from sleeping, Bahn advises knocking back some Pepto-Bismol. The red water is a treatment that will strike the diarrhea-causing bacteria in one's body which means you can sleep and function throughout the day. If you're visiting overseas, take Imodium, which functions by slowing the speed at which fluids undertake your intestines.
When we think of food poisoning, we usually think of the normal gastroenteritis - contamination of the gut (intestines) - that always causes diarrhoea with or without vomiting. Crampy aches in your tummy (abdomen) are common. Pains may ease for a while every time you pass some diarrhoea. See split leaflets called Food Poisoning in Parents and Food Poisoning in Children for additional information.
The French name of applesauce is compote de pommes. Including applesauce in diet also helps in minimizing upset belly as this is very moderate and light on digestive tract. Taking applesauce with a combo of cinnamon can be very affective. Consuming a tiny cup of the preparation works like a charm in relieving upset stomach and at the same time providing good diet.
I woke up yesterday evening with stomachache. I needed 2 tsp of ACV in water with lemon drink and it subsided within 1/2 hour. On waking this morning it had come back and was painful so took a greater medication dosage of ACV with a few drops of lemon juice and water and it is subsiding again. I did try to put up with for ages but it was it was too agonizing so the ACV is obviously helping.
Pain that is associated with eating or drinking is a far more conclusive indicator of pathology within the abdomen or other areas of the digestive system rather than just the anatomical location. The positioning of an person - upright, supine or prone - may also alter the location of the abdomen to some extent as well as distension of the abdominal after eating especially large meals.