Diarrhea is the term for passing loose, watery stool instead of formed stool. One isolated incidence is not typically labeled diarrhea and may happen due to a variety of reasons. If it happens a few times within a day, it qualifies to be described as diarrhea.
Because watery diarrhea contains a lot of fluid, it can dehydrate a person quickly. The condition may be caused by a variety of factors, but food poisoning and gastrointestinal infections are the most common causes.  Watery diarrhea is often short-lived and is not always a sign of a chronic or life-threatening condition, although it may be. Some of the causes and remedies of watery diarrhea are discussed in this article.
Many conditions can cause diarrhea including the following: