(redirected from Diahorrea)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for diarrhea

References in periodicals archive ?
Nursing director Dr Anne-Marie Cannaby said: "We know from the Health Protection Agency that there is a lot of sickness and diahorrea around in Coventry and Warwickshire communities at present and that as a result it is being bought into the hospital by people visiting who have the bug.
If you're lactose intolerant, eating dairy foods can cause cramping, bloating, gas, and diahorrea.
Bruce's treatment in the early days had terrible side effects including vomiting and diahorrea.
First, the little girl had a raging thirst, then heavy diahorrea.
Everything from simple diahorrea to hepatitis, even cholera, is now cutting a swathe - and particularly affecting the children.
Doctors thought Storm's 104F temperature and aches and pains were sickness and diahorrea.
When Thatcher was in office, the hospital corridors were jammed with patients on trolleys, people waited years for operations and cleaning and catering services were privatised, bringing dirt and diahorrea into almost every ward.
In October 2006, when she was six and a half months pregnant with her first child, Shirley had severe diahorrea.
Burns was suffering diahorrea but it's only now that anyone has flushed out this information.
We have both suffered severe sickness and diahorrea.