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A breast-fed baby can have diarrhea in response to the mother's diet. Her intake of dairy, spicy foods and even caffeine can upset a baby's sensitive tummy and cause diarrhea. Mothers can keep a food log to help identify what foods trigger diarrhea, fussiness, gassiness and other discomforts in a breastfed baby. In all 4 patients the watery diarrhea ceased in parallel with the correction of serum K+ to normal values. It is suggested that hyperkalemia, most likely by stimulating intestinal motility, induced the watery diarrhea in all 4 patients. The watery diarrhea, however, failed to compensate for the renal tubular failure to secrete K+.. Dr. Paredez continues, "Orange diarrhea may be the result of infectious diarrhea, which causes rapid transit through the intestine, which limits the amount of bile in the stool. "Less commonly it could also occur from a blockage of the bile ducts, which can be seen in cases of gallstones or bile duct or pancreatic cancers.". The most common causes are: a stomach bug (gastroenteritis) norovirus – also called the "vomiting bug". food poisoning. Other causes of diarrhoea or vomiting. Diarrhoea can also be caused by: medicines – check the leaflet to see if it's a side effect. a food intolerance or food allergy. irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).