Diarrhea is a frequent occurrence in people's lives. Sometimes it quickly passes, but often it can last for months, years, and leads to severe, even fatal complications. Modern medicine considers bacteria and viruses (Salmonella, Shigella, Clostridium, Rotavirus, and others) to be the main cause of diarrhea. For their diagnosis, analyzes of feces and blood are used. These tests take a long time and rarely give accurate results.
In many ways, modern diagnostic methods do not help doctors find out the cause of diarrhea.