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Vomiting, Nausea, Fever, Diarrhea, and Abdominal Pain

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Early this morning I experienced violent vomiting. The color was pinkish-red (but maybe that is because I had eaten two strawberries?). The vomiting was also accompanied by a low grade fever (99) that rose to 100.3-100.5 within the next couple of hours. Throughout the day I have experienced lower abdominal cramping and pain, with the pain coming in waves. Along with that, I have been nauseous occasionally and have had diarrhea (pale green) throughout the day. I also have absolutely no appetite. Your help with narrowing down the possibilities is so appreciated! Smile
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replied December 8th, 2011
Hello,

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According to the symptoms described by you it seems like you are suffering from infectious diarrhoea which is due to comtamintaed food,water or unpasturized milk.
You may try the following
1. Take over the counter lactobacillus preparation and yoghurt with your meals.
2. Drink plenty of fluids, eat light, do not stay hungry but eat simple things like toast, porridge, cereals, crackers, banana, rice, etc.
3. Avoid dairy products, which can worsen diarrhea (due to a temporary state of lactose intolerance).
4. Drink more fluid (except milk or caffeinated beverages) to replace fluids lost.
5.Take Crocin for fever and Domperidone for nausea.
If the symptoms persist consider visiting a Physician for evaluation.
Take care!


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