Gastroenteritis... Be wary about low grade temperatures (up to 100.4 f) since the act of vomiting can cause this phenomenon. Otherwise, the initial impression is that you have a viral gastroenteritis (vomiting and diarrhea). Depending on the answers you give when you see your doctor if it has not relented, one may need to consider adverse drug event, foodborne illness, or toxin exposure.
I breastfeed my 9 month old and I have severe diarreha and nausea, what can I take to get rid of this stomach flu?
Ideally - nothing. Usually acute gastroenteritis presenting as diarrhea and nausea is of viral etiology and resolves by itself over 48-72 hrs. Antibiotics do not help- you should however maintain hydration, especially as you are breast feeding- you can eat bananas, soft rice- these are binding. Yogurt is also good- avoid fruit juices in diarrhea as the high sugar content can make the diarrhea worse. Read more...