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I have been vomiting, diarrhea, body hurts, and fever of 102.8 what could it be?
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In brief: Consider Influenza
Some of the symptoms you describe, may be symptoms of influenza.
Usually the onset is abrupt, with body aches, fever nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. There should be no blood in your stool. If the symptoms just commenced i suggest you see a doc so you may be tested and if it is influenza you get treated as needed.

In brief: Consider Influenza
Some of the symptoms you describe, may be symptoms of influenza.
Usually the onset is abrupt, with body aches, fever nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. There should be no blood in your stool. If the symptoms just commenced i suggest you see a doc so you may be tested and if it is influenza you get treated as needed.
Dr. Josephine Ruiz-Healy
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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Viral gastro-
Enteritis. Dr. Hines is correct about blood in the stool with fever and explosive diarrhea.
But you didn't mention bloody diarrhea so it's more likely a viral gastroenteritis. Rest, acetaminophen, and salty fluids - chicken soup is the perfect electrolyte replacement fluid - is the ticket. If you are not passing water 5x/day you are becoming dehydrated. Its not influenza without cough & chest pain.

In brief: Viral gastro-
Enteritis. Dr. Hines is correct about blood in the stool with fever and explosive diarrhea.
But you didn't mention bloody diarrhea so it's more likely a viral gastroenteritis. Rest, acetaminophen, and salty fluids - chicken soup is the perfect electrolyte replacement fluid - is the ticket. If you are not passing water 5x/day you are becoming dehydrated. Its not influenza without cough & chest pain.
Dr. Steven Machtinger
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Laurette Femnou
General Practice
In brief: See a doctor
If you have bloody diarrhea, it is most likely to be a bacterial infection from food that produced toxins.
It is unlikely to be a virus. It is advisable to see a doctor for it.

In brief: See a doctor
If you have bloody diarrhea, it is most likely to be a bacterial infection from food that produced toxins.
It is unlikely to be a virus. It is advisable to see a doctor for it.
Laurette Femnou
Laurette Femnou
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