buhu! so you have a bit of diarrhoea - naturally it is not comfortable, but perhaps you are clearing out your system... I have no idea how "dirty" it is.
But to see a doctor after two days of diarrhoea sounds a bit drastic doesn't it?
My suggestions is keep at it... if your problem doesn't go away in a few days, add some (soaked) flax-seeds to a smoothie for the next few mornings.
and keep up the good work!
Sorry about the diarrhea. I am not sure if you have been eating melons, so I will go ahead and say this.
In the United States, there have been problems with melons this year with e coli, to listeria, to them being mushy and full of bacteria. I have had two bouts of diarhea after eating melons.
I highly recommend to avoid melons until next season.
To help with the diarrhea and digestive upsets, I recommend doing a few days of banana island and I do not believe you will need to see a doctor.
The first time I went hard-core fruit 811 I had loose/watery stools for 6 weeks. I did have severe Crohns but after those 6 weeks it stabilized by itself. Eat mono-meals as much as you can and try to plan around the situations until it normalizes.
I second Jacob on this one. It took about 2 months for my digestion to get stronger, and as far as I know, I didn't suffer from Crohns. My body simply needed that amount of time to heal.
Also, for reasons unconnected to the melon scare, you still may want to lay off the melons for awhile. They are so watery and cleansing, and you need such a large volume to get in your calories that you may want to wait until this clears up to add them into your diet.
PK's right, a trip to Banana Island will likely speed up healing. It's such a simple way of eating that it really frees up your body to do what it needs to do.
I had loose stools in the beginning. For 2 weeks I think.. But usually 2-3 times a day and once 5 times. You don't have to worry. :) Now I'm LFRV for more than a month and I still don't have perfect digestion and stools.