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A 69-year-old female asked:

vomiting thursday night. hot chocolate came up couldnt eat now diarrhoea. what should i take and what should i eat. i have rehydrate?

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Dr. Paul Sucgang
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Dehydration follows: Please rehydrate as soon as possible either by mouth with water if you are not vomitting anymore, or by IV fluids at your local emergency room. Has the diarrhea stopped? If not you may take imodium but you should followup with your primary to check for salmonella from milk products.

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