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Got stomach problems with sore throat, headaches, vomiting, starvation, fever, lost appetite. What should I do? Thank you.

Got stomach problems with sore throat, headaches, vomiting, starvation, fever, lost appetite. What should I do? Thank you.

See a doctor: You sound quite ill and in need of an extensive evaluation. Do not delay any further. Go and be seen. ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


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5 yr old with headache vomiting sore throat. No fever?

5 yr old with headache vomiting sore throat.  No fever?

Call Peds: Needs checked for strep throat. Not absolute, but possible. Call your pediatrician. Many kids with strep will have nausea or vomiting. ...Read more

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Son is 5 & has been vomiting all night has no fever but has a sore throat?

Son is 5 & has been vomiting all night has no fever but has a sore throat?

Be seen: He needs to be seen, but in the mean time, keep him hydrated and if you cannot keep him drinking pedialyte or gatorade, then you need to bring him to the er. ...Read more

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I feel like I have a sore throat im not sick no fever no vomiting no pain at all anywhere else is this normal and how long does sore throats last?

I feel like I have a sore throat im not sick no fever no vomiting no pain at all anywhere else is this normal and how long does sore throats last?

Depends on what: the underlying cause for sore throat is. A chronic infection like oral thrush can go on for weeks, and so does acid reflux. Post viral sore throat can last days but should not persist beyond a week or 10 days. If there is herpetic lesions, or strep infection intially, the inflammation can persist for a month or more. You would need to get help from professional healthcare provider. ...Read more

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Is it normal to wake up two mornings in a row, soon after being diagnosed with mono, and vomit? Happened twice already, but no fever or sore throat..?

Is it normal to wake up two mornings in a row, soon after being diagnosed with mono, and vomit? Happened twice already, but no fever or sore throat..?

Yes, that could be: considered normal. Mononucleosis is a viral infection usually (not always) caused by the Ebstein-Barr virus. More common symptoms are the fever and sore throat, as you suggest. My concern about hearing that you are vomiting is perhaps that is associated with spleen enlargement, a known complication of infectious mononucleosis.I would recommend a revisit with your doctor for evaluation. Good wishes ...Read more

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5yr old with vomiting and sore throat. No fever..Temp is 96.1..Also complaining of headache?

5yr old with vomiting and sore throat.  No fever..Temp is 96.1..Also complaining of headache?

Call Peds: Needs checked for strep throat. Not absolute, but possible. Call your pediatrician. Many kids with strep will have nausea or vomiting. ...Read more

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Vomiting, chills and cold sweats, fever, sore throat. How long to wait before testing for strep?

Vomiting, chills and cold sweats, fever, sore throat.  How long to wait before testing for strep?

No reason to wait-: Though most symptoms of an upper respiratory tract infection are caused by viruses, there is no reason for you to wait and have your doctor check you out for a strept infection. Just don't go the appointment expecting to get an antibiotic each time you suspect you need it- otherwise, you will end up with a multidrug resistant bacterial infection. ...Read more

Pharynx (Definition)

It is the connection between the mouth and the throat. The 3 parts are the oropharynx, nasopharynx, and hypo-pharynx. The pharynx leads into the ...Read more


Dr. William Culviner
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Throat Pain (Definition)

Throat pain is any tenderness or discomfort in the throat. This may be caused by bacterial or viral infections, or any kind of damage to the ...Read more