help! i think i had norwalk, or somthing like that. my whole family had it. anyways, i was throwing up all day. only once was it foods, the rest of the day it was stomach bile, and water. with that i had nausea, and a headache. i was really dizzey, and could hardly walk. the day after i was much better, and managed to eat a piece of toast w/ butter for breakfast and fish for dinner. but my stomach keeps gurgling, and has been since i was throwing up. it feels like im goin to have diarrhea, but i had that right before i threw up for the first time. it is now like i am constipated, and what little i can get out is green and very stinky and very sticky/mushy. help.
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replied May 7th, 2011
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

It is possible that you might have thrown up everything that you have ingested and hence you might have had no bowel movements. In addition the bowel movements are slow after any intestinal infection resulting in symptoms like you have.

But these symptoms are transient and will resolve soon. Hence there is no need to worry about.

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