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Stomach Pain And Vomiting No Fever
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
5 years old having severe stomach pain, vomitting and fever. Doc says coz of bad food from out. How long does it take to heal from this infection.
What could be the cause of constant belching, stomach pain, on and off fever, vomiting, and chills at night only? The doctor consulteddont see anything
Infection: With the symptoms you describe, infection seems a likely cause. Viral is the most common. Bacterial much less likely. Parasite is also possible. Must also consider the possibility of inflammatory bowel disease or process. If symptoms do not improve over the next week to 10 days or worsen, you need Repeat evaluation. Best of luck. ...Read more
For a few days now my daughter has had a sore throat that comes and goes, stomach pain, fevers, vomiting and had a cold last week. What could it be?
5yr old w/ recurrent stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea. No fever Has happened 3 times in last month but never lasts very long each time. What is it?
Food poisoning?: There are several things a 5 year old with these symptoms could have - food poisoning, viral gastroenteritis, hiatal hernia, other intestinal hernias, infection, inflammatory bowel disease, bacterial illness, the list goes on. Go to your pediatrician and get a checkup to see what could be the problem ...Read more
Severe stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea. No fever. Could my stomach ulcer have perforated? Or more likely food poisoning? No blood in vomit.
Age 16. Nausea. Headache. Dizziness. Cold sweats. Upper Stomach pain. Blood clotting in vomit. No fever. Dnt live in a place that has ebola. What is it?
What could be the possible cause of constant stomach pain, on and off fever, chills at night, and vomiting?
See a doctor ASAP: This sounds like an infection of some sort inside your abdomen -- things like appendicitis, gall bladder infection, diverticulitis, or if you are sexually active and at risk for STD, pelvic inflammatory disease, a common complication of gonorrhea or chlamydia. Several other possibilities as well. These are serious symptoms; you need to be examined professionally ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more
My daughter has fever for 2 days now and today she complains on occasional stomach pain that feels like she wants to vomit but she cant. Help!
Could be many things: May be the start of a viral gastroenteritis (stomach flu) which could bring on more nausea/vomiting and diarrhea. Need to know other history: cold symptoms, sore throat, issues with urination. See your doctor to clarify these points and get a thorough physical exam. ...Read more
Child vomited 2 nights ago with stomach pain & then ok. Then she vomited with stomach pain last night. 1 time vomiting each time then ok. No fever?
My 6 yr old is complaining of stomach pain, fever and vomiting. 2 x's in last 12 hrs. Could this be her appendix?
Possible: In children, abdominal pain with fever can also be a pneumonia, b/c pain is typically referred to the diaphragm. The appendix initially presents with stomach pain but then moves to the right lower quadrant of the patient. I do think you need to see your pediatrician to have your child evaluated. It can be just a stomach bug as well. ...Read more
Yesterday... Severe vomiting 5am-5pm, low fever, diarreah, better today but severe stomach pain only when move around, should I be worried?
My daughter woke up vomiting green bile and she says she felt her stomach twisting. She has low grade fever and is complaining of stomach pain.
Fever all night and day, vomiting, intense back and stomach pain, dizziness, and I'm unable to control my bladder. I'm 17 and I never get fevers.
Needs to be checked: With these symptoms at your age of 17, it needs to be checked by your doctor to find the cause and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Go get it checked: I recommend seeing your physician to examine in making sure your pain doesn't need immediate attention. Wishing you the very best. ...Read more
I've been experiencing severe stomach pain for the past 36 with a low grade fever (no vomiting but nauseous) This morning I woke up unable to turn my?
Doctor can evaluate: Anyone with "severe stomach pain" should be evaluated by her doctor. The emergency room can evaluate severe stomach pain, if the primary care or regular doctor is not able to help right away. Possible causes include appendicitis, stomach ulcer, gallstones, kidney stones, pancreatitis, twisted bowel, perforated bowel, mesenteric adenitis, twisted ovary, pregnancy-related problems, etc... ...Read more
Upper left side stomach pain hurts after I eat I have chest pain no fever or vomiting belching a lot I don't have my gallbladder.?
My daughter has had flu like symptoms since29th 4am. Vomiting stoped7am stomach pain off and on still. No appetite/fever won't eat. 9yrs old. Drinking sprite. 1boul mvmnt 2day. Recalls urinate 4times
Nausea and vomiting are common in kids and are usually caused by a short-lived viral illness.
The most important thing to do when a child is vomiting is to keep the child hydrated.
1.) immediately after they vomit, you may want to give their 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 they have diarrhea, just use the rehydration solution as the other three can worsen diarrhea. Let them have "sips" or take in the fluid using a spoon to avoid a large "gulp" that could trigger vomiting. If the take in a tablespoon of fluid a minute, that can keep them hydrated. Popscicles are great.
3.) once they 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 they are doing well with this, then they can start eating regular food again.
5.) if your child vomits, go back to the last step since they might not have been ready to move on.
6.) and if your child has no appetite, don't push them to eat. As long as they are drinking and staying hydrated, that is the most important thing.
While most children do not need to be seen by a doctor, here are a few "red flags" that should prompt you to call your child's 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
Many possibilities: These symptoms are not unique to any one disease and one would need a full history and physical exam to get some idea of what may be going on. See your local doctor if this keeps up. ...Read more
My 5 yr old has had 36 hrs of extreme stomach pain. His fever is between 99-101.5 and he vomited once last night. Could it be constipation?
Every time I go to the ER for my stomach pain they always tell me nothing is wrong. Severe pain nausea vomiting gagging and I spiked a fever tonight.
I think you: Should get a referral to a gi specialist, if ER doctors cannot find a cause for your symptoms. Your symptoms could be caused by any number of conditions. ...Read more
4yr old that has stomach pain bad enough to cry. Then vomited a good bit 1x. Now Whining and moaning that his eyes hurt so bad.? migraines? No fever
Small children can certainly have migraines but to distinguish them from other types of similar headache can be challenging.
The main question is to rule out other medical conditions which require different treatment, like sinusitis etc.
Pl see link for additional insight
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/headaches-in-children/basics/symptoms/con-20034478 ...Read more
I am currently holidaying in sicily and a few people in the household have a stomach virus which had caused vomiting, headache fever and stomach pain. How can I prevent getting this virus? Thank you
Why would one have nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, cold sweats, and body shakes butbut not run a fever?
Stomach pain on left side of navel. Sometimes accompanied by burning sensation. Lack of apetite, no vomiting or fever. No gallbladder. What is it?
Location of Symptoms: The location of the symptoms is in the region of the stomach and pancreas. Would be good to try and figure out when/why symptoms are arising and see if there is a consistent trigger for them (eg. Does it get worse/better when you eat?). In general a loss of appetite and consistent pain warrant an evaluation with doctor. ...Read more
My 9 yr old son is havin stomach infection since a day with mild fever and bad stomach pain and he is vomitting only after esting. No loose motions.
? throat infection: Some time throat infection can give rise to similar symptoms needs to be checked by pediatrician. ...Read more
Lwr R abdomen+ lwr R back pain. Stomach pain just worsened. Cant move, keeping me awake. Chills, hot flashes, no fever, but nausea and vomiting. Help?!
Is someone with you?: If you are living at home with a family member or friend why not ask if they could take you to the closest urgent care center if your doctor's office is no longer open? Certainly stay as well hydrated as possible but taking small sips of water continuously or eating ice chips. You should be seen if symptoms don't get better quickly. ...Read more
My son is 12 been complaining of low back pain, stomach pain (he explains it feels like a punch in the stomach), nausea, tired. He vomited once the 1st day and diaherra the rest of the day. He had fever the 1st day. The pain in his stomach comes and goes.
Stomach virus: A stomach virus may cause intermittent cramping stomach pains. Usually these viruses do not last long but it is important to keep him hydrated. Make sure you are keeping up with the fluids he is losing. Keep his diet bland. Do not stop the diarrhea this will just prolong the illness. If he does not take a turn for the better in the next 24 hours follow up with his Primary Care Provider ...Read more
My 3 years old son has vomiting, fever, stomach pain, loose motion. Green color poop, what can be done? Met 2 doctors. Since 4 days.
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