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Nausea And Diarhea
See a doctor: Sounds as if you are sufficiently ill to warrant examination and perhaps treatment. The internet is not the place in which to do this. Get seen and best wishes for rapid recovery. ...Read more
Stay hydrated: Lots of possibilities. Most commonly a "stomach bug" or perhaps food poisoning. These should be self-limited & only last a few days without blood in vomit, high fevers or other concerning sx. Most important to ensure hydration-small, frequent sips (no alcohol or caffeinated drinks). If your sx persist, your pain becomes severe, fevers get very high, blood in vomit, or you feel you need it, see doc. ...Read more
I am experiencing nausea, fever, fatigue, reduced appetite, stomach upset, chills and constipation.
Depends on how long: We're currently having gastroenteritis, or stomach flu going around. Gas, bloating, diarrhea are common but only last a few days. If you 're having ongoing symptoms, fever, blood in the stool or a significant amount of pain, you should get checked out. If there is travel in your recent past, definitely get checked. ...Read more
Infection: Black colored stools/diarrhea is known as melena. Melana is usually due to upper GI bleeding from stomach/duodenum. This along with nausea, stomach cramps and fever may be seen with bacterial infection or gastroenteritis. The ibuprofen you take may also be causing to your symptoms. I recommend follow-up with Gastroenterologist who may perform an endoscopy/colonoscopy if symptoms persist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could: be viral syndrome. Extra fluid intake,rest, OTC analgesics may be helpful otherwise medical evaluation ...Read more
Last night watery diarrhea, cramps and bloating. Felt better this morning but now nausea, cramps and 39.3c fever + chills and body aches. Stomach flu?
Infection/virus: Seems like you have a gastroenteritis. If you had bloody diarrhea, it may be bacterial infection/gastroenteritis. If the diarrhea was watery, it may still be bacterial infection; however, viral gastroenteritis may be more likely. Either way, keep yourself hydrated, rest and if you feel lightheaded, you may want to go to the ER to get IV fluids and possibly a GI cocktail to help your symptoms. ...Read more
Intense stomach pain, diarreah and nausea. No vomiting. Can I have the stomach flu with no vomiting?
Stomach flu: This is an incredibly non-specific lay term that has very little meaning to a diagnostician. It is often used to allay patients concerns when a specific causative agent cannot be clearly identified. If you have GI symptoms which persist beyond 3-5 days you should see a doctor. ...Read more
I have nausea and vomiting, diarrhoea and constipation, constant stomach pain and feeling faint constantly, burning blockage feeling in throat?
Burning in throat: You may have GERD try using antacids. If not getting better see your doctor ...Read more
Could be virus..: Or food poison, or bacterial inf. If symptoms persist consult md. ...Read more
Maybe related or not: There are a lot of possibilities, but your description of nausea/stomach pain raises that of gastritis & ulcers due to headache drugs. Stop non-prescribed nsaid's (aspiriin, advil, aleve, motrin, etc.) & consider acid reducer Rx (Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, (esomeprazole) etc.). Seek care especially if lightheaded, worsening symptoms, vomiting coffee ground material or passing black stool or blood. ...Read more
Zoloft (sertraline): Yes, these are some of its side-effects. ...Read more
Norovirus: YesGet a more detailed answer ›
Indigestion: There are many causes that can result in symptoms you describe. First thing you should try is an over the counter antacid or acid suppressant such as zantac (ranitidine). However, if the symptom persists, or progresses despite these measures, you should go see a doctor for a form evaluation. ...Read more
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