Nausea, headache, slight fever, chills, constipation, stomach discomfort. Is in the flu?

Stomach flu. These symptoms sound most typical of a stomach flu. . It does not require any specific evaluation unless it starts occurring regularly every month. There is no specific treatment. Just rest, drink plenty of fluids, and practice careful handwashing to protect others.
Viral. This is likely a viral infection but not influenza. Influenza (the flu) is usually a sore throat, dry cough, body aches and fever. If you have any urinary symptoms such as frequency or burning you may want to be checked for a kidney infection.

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My son has been sick for 5 days with aching legs, headache, fever and upset stomach. He is also getting congested in the head. Could this be the flu?

Yes. Influenza is widespread right now, so the constellaton of symptoms you descibe certianly could be influenza. Could also be other viruses or strep, so best to have child tested to see what is what so appropriate therapy can be initiated. Drink lots of fluids and rest! Read more...

Wife has vomiting and on and off stomach pain. Is this the flu?

See a doctor. Abdominal pain can have a myriad of causes, including viral infections, inflammatory disease, constipation, and cancer. On and off abdominal pain is unlikely to be the flu. Please see a doctor for examination and appropriate tests. Read more...
Less likely. Flu virus tends to cause respiratory issues, cough, runny nose. Other viruses tend to cause stomach pain and vomiting. If the vomiting is persistent and she is looking dehydrated seeing your doctor will provide more answers. Good luck. Read more...

How long does the stomach pain from the flu last?

Days. it can last up to 2 weeks usually. however you may developed what is called post infectious irritable bowel syndrome, which may last months after the infection. Taking probiotics may help. if pain persist after 2 weeks or if it becomes severe in intensity, seek medical attention. Read more...
Few days. If you have had stomach pain without diarrhea from a viral infection, the pain should not last for more than a few days. If it is getting worse you need to consult your doctor . The flu from influenza virus is not usually associated with significant gastrointestinal symptoms but a common cold virus can. Some people may develop IBS after a viral GI infection but this is not a common event. Read more...