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Severe nausea with no vomiting diarrhea or any other symptoms for over 12 hours. What could it be?

Severe nausea with no vomiting diarrhea or any other symptoms for over 12 hours. What could it be?

Nausea: The nausea is nonspecific at this time since no other symptoms have developed. Possibilities include early viral gastroenteritis, irritation or inflammation of the stomach lining, reaction or indigestion related to a recent food or drink or medication, pregnancy, etc. Drink some room temperature flat ginger ale and eat lightly (saltines, broth) but see your physician if abdominal pain, vomiting occu ...Read more

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Loose Stools (Definition)

Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more


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5 days ago quick bloating painful, nausea, violent vomiting 7x, diarrhea lasted 2 hr. Now, bad upper ab pain and to back, sudden after some meals. Help?

5 days ago quick bloating painful, nausea, violent vomiting 7x, diarrhea lasted 2 hr. Now, bad upper ab pain and to back, sudden after some meals. Help?

Gastroenteritis: The cause of this is unclear but complications may have arisen, including possible perforation of your GI tract, pancreatitis, etc. Go and see a doctor and get this professionally evaluated. Good luck ...Read more

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Right upper abdo pain, nausea, sometimes vomiting, occassional diarrhea, elevated liver enzymes, waiting on ultrasound results. Possibilities?

Right upper abdo pain, nausea, sometimes vomiting, occassional diarrhea, elevated liver enzymes, waiting on ultrasound results. Possibilities?

Doctor can evaluate: Many things are in the upper abdomen: stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, gall bladder, large intestine, abdominal muscles, etc... An exam by a primary care doctor can help figure things out. Pain in the right upper abdomen, especially with symptoms that occur after eating, can be due to gallstones or other gall bladder disease. A doctor can evaluate for gall bladder or other problems. ...Read more

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Should I seek medical attention? I've been sick for 36 hrs with stomach cramping, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea. The vomiting and diarrhea has stopped and I am able to keep water down, but I still have nausea and stomach cramping.

Should I seek medical attention? I've been sick for 36 hrs with stomach cramping, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea. The vomiting and diarrhea has stopped and I am able to keep water down, but I still have nausea and stomach cramping.

Nausea,: Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are common symptoms and are usually caused by a short-lived viral illness.

The most important thing to do when you are vomiting is to keep stay hydrated.
1.) immediately after you vomit, you may want to give your stomach a break for an hour or two.
2.) after that, you can start with clear fluids such as water, juice, rehydration solution such as pedialyte or broth. If you have diarrhea, just use the rehydration solution as the other three can worsen diarrhea. Take "sips" or take in the fluid using a spoon to avoid a large "gulp" that could trigger vomiting. If you take in a tablespoon of fluid a minute, that can help keep you hydrated. Popscicles are great.
3.) once you can tolerate the clear fluids, you can move on to other fluids or bland foods such as crackers, bread, rice, chicken noodle soup or fruits and vegetables. Nothing too fatty, spicy, or acidic (such as tomato sauce or citrus).
4.) if you are doing well with this, then you can start eating regular food again.
5.) if you vomit, go back to the last step since you might not have been ready to move on.
6.) and if you have no appetite, don't push yourself to eat. As long as you are drinking and staying hydrated, that is the most important thing.

While most people do not need to be seen by a doctor, here are a few "red flags" that should prompt you to call your doctor.

-worsening symptoms instead of improving after 24 hours
-dehydration: if you notice dry mouth, lack of tears, no urine for 8 hours, sunken eyes, rapid pulse or breathing, these are signs of dehydration.
-bile (green) or blood tinged (red or brown) vomit
-severe abdominal pain, even if it comes and goes
-fever more than 102f or more than 101f for a few days
-change in behavior including decreased responsiveness

i hope this helps! ...Read more

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Had bad cramps, fever and nausea (no vomiting or diarrhea) tuesday and wednesday, and am now still exhausted. When can I resume exercise?

Had bad cramps, fever and nausea (no vomiting or diarrhea) tuesday and wednesday, and am now still exhausted. When can I resume exercise?

G I problem, Anxiety: I understand your discomfort.

It seems that you are restless to resume exercise.

You have not described location of bad cramps which is necessary to make diagnosis. Your feeling of exhaustion also needs to be diagnosed.

Restlessness and exhaustion can be due to Anxiety.

See your physician for diagnosis and treatment and advice about exercise ...Read more

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Last summer I was very ill nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, body shaking yellowing of skin did tests and nothing was found. Possible cause?

Yellow Skin: There are many possible causes of yellowing skin. Among the most common causes are conditions such as jaundice, a liver condition, and uremia, a kidney condition. Sometimes a condition called hypothyroidism, which is marked by an improperly functioning thyroid, is at fault. Additionally, there are many other causes of yellow skin. ...Read more

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Stomach flu with nausea but no vomiting or diarrhea. Possible for the BRAT diet to prolong the problem by being too much for my stomach?

Stomach flu with nausea but no vomiting or diarrhea. Possible for the BRAT diet to prolong the problem by being too much for my stomach?

BRAT diet: The foods you’re eating during this illness shouldn’t ultimately have any bearing on the duration of the illness. Viral infections are self-limited, and foodborne illnesses generally have a predictable timeframe based on the infecting agent. ...Read more

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Male (67) w distended stomach, nausea (no vomiting), diarrhea, not eating. Dye CT showed no blockage. Wbc norm. Partial block? Possible other causes?

Male (67) w distended stomach, nausea (no vomiting), diarrhea, not eating. Dye CT showed no blockage. Wbc norm. Partial block? Possible other causes?

Infection: Gastroenteritis, i.e. Infection of the stomach. In your case, it seems involvement of large intestine. Adhesions from previous surgeries, causing obstruction, increase amount of use of opiates for tx of pain, volvulus, intususseption, poor peristaltic movements due to nerve damage, ischemia of bowel, dehydration, hard stool impaction, etc. Please consult your pcp, GI consultation. ...Read more

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Is is possible for someone to feel sick for two months. With nausea headache vomiting diarrhea and vertigo.

Is is possible for someone to feel sick for two months. With nausea headache vomiting diarrhea and vertigo.

Sick trwo months: Yes it is possible. If you are experiencing these problems you should immediately call your doctor as it is time for you to been seen and diagnosed. Do not delay. It already has been two months. ...Read more

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I had stomach flu twice in 2 weeks. Nausea and vomiting. Diarrhea-like cramp. Fever. Loss appetite. Anything I can do to prevent getting it again?

I had stomach flu twice in 2 weeks. Nausea and vomiting. Diarrhea-like cramp. Fever. Loss appetite. Anything I can do to prevent getting it again?

Doubtful: It is unlikely that you will get it again, assuming this was an acute viral gastroenteritis. If it recurs would definitely see a doctor and make sure this is nothing more serious than what you have described. Good luck and stay well. ...Read more

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Have stomach upset, nausea, no-pain, no vomiting, diarrhea, have headache ear fullness-pain, dizziness, congestion, little tired no appetite no fever 2 days?

Gastroenteritis?: Most cases of viral gastroenteritis are mild, self-limited, and not life threatening. These resolve on their own with supportive care (drink fluids to prevent dehydration, eat moderately as tolerated, as needed analgesia). In special cases (newborns, elderly, debilitated) hospitalization may be required to provide IV fluids and to support co-morbid medical conditions. ...Read more

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What I can do for nausea vomiting and diarrhea?

What I can do for nausea vomiting and diarrhea?

Determine cause: These symptoms can mean a number of different ailments, some of which need to be diagnosed by a physician who can examine you. Please call a local physician for an appointment. ...Read more

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What can cause 5 episodes of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in 8 weeks. Each episode lasts from 24 to 36 hours and starts in the night.?

What can cause 5 episodes of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in 8 weeks. Each episode lasts from 24 to 36 hours and starts in the night.?

Needs to see a doc: Recurrent n/v/d over 8 wks can be a number of different problems and a doctor's visit is needed to get an exam with specific symptoms defined and appropriate testings done. Is pain a feature? Quality of pain? Particular location? Associated with food intake? Anyone else at home having the same issue..... ...Read more

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Extreme nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea every time I workout too hard. I'm 28 y/o male in good shape. Symptoms last 20-30 mins. Why is this happening?

Extreme nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea every time I workout too hard. I'm 28 y/o male in good shape. Symptoms last 20-30 mins. Why is this happening?

GI symptoms: With these symptoms, it is pretty clear that you're doing something your body doesn't like. The most obvious suspect is that you're working out too hard and putting circulatory stress on your body, particularly your GI tract. When you exercise, all your blood flow goes to your muscles and away from your GI tract, which can cause GI symptoms. Cut the intensity of your workout by 50% and build back. ...Read more

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What are the causes of sudden nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea?

What are the causes of sudden nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea?

Nausea: Any medication prescribed or added recently could have effects on stomach or mood. Review with your pcp. ...Read more

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What is the cause of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue?

What is the cause of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue?

Possibly Diet: Many diseases and cancer can cause these types of symptoms. I would first try to see if the cause of your symptoms could be related to your diet. Have you changed your diet in any way recently? ...Read more

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My 13 year old son has had nausea, vomiting, headache & diarrhea off & on for over 2 weeks. What can I do to get him feeling better?

He needs to see MD: He has been having these symptoms for two weeks. It is about time you take him to your pediatrician to be evaluated and treated appropriately
mean while make sure he does not get dehydrated, give him clear fluid by mouth. ...Read more

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One day fever 100.4 follow by Nausea, no vomiting, complete water diarrhea for 2 days help.

One day fever 100.4 follow by Nausea, no vomiting, complete water diarrhea for 2 days help.

Likely: Gastroenteritis commonly caused by Norovirus. Avoid reinfection, practice hand washing with soap and water. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. Seek help if symptoms persist. ...Read more

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My periods were due on 10 March but didn't come & I am having nausea, vomiting plus diarrhea. Today Its like my periods's started but still I vomit?

My periods were due on 10 March but didn't come & I am having nausea, vomiting plus diarrhea. Today Its like my periods's started but still I vomit?

Period: If your cycle is late and you are sexually active, do a home pregnancy test or see your doctor. Vomiting is a symptom of pregnancy, although diarrhea is not. All the best. ...Read more

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Diarrhea (Definition)

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Vomiting (Definition)

Vomiting = expulsion of stomach ...Read more