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hi doc... it started tuesday as a flu, but now i dont have appetite to eat, i only drinking water and im vomiting ????

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Dr. Aditi Gupta
Internal Medicine 21 years experience
See below: it could be viral infection or stomach flu,however in light of covid pandemic, its necessary that keep hydrated and call your doctor to get testing if symptoms persist or fever develops, wear face mask and wash hands frequently, take tylenol for pain and plenty of fluids

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