Any fever, cramps, nausea?
Some of my Crohn's flares have presented like that - sudden onset of watery D over 10 times a day.
Try to stay hydrated. If you get dehydrated, go get an IV.
If it goes away in a couple more days, it probably was/is a viral infection. If it continues, get some tests done - fecal calprotectin, blood tests, etc.
There's also the possibility of microscopic colitis, which tends to affect women around your age and presents primarily with watery D. You'd need a scope to know if that's what it is. Other things are more likely and should be considered first.
Post Edited (beave) : 7/17/2019 7:45:06 PM (GMT-6)