What’s wrong with me? I have diarrhea, Vomiting and stomach pain?
Just 15 minutes ago, I woke up from a serve stomach pains, it hurt so much that I rush to the toilet. This whole day I was feeling normal, no stomach pains. Anyways, I ended up vomiting and having watery bowel movement at the same time. I felt like I was about to die and my whole body felt weak. After the toilet incident, I still weak but the pain slowly went again. What’s wrong with me?!
It’s 5:33am and yesterday I didn’t eat very much because I was studying for my midterm. All I had was a small ice-cream, a few chips, one can of spirite, breakfast platter and cheese sandwich from Jack In The Box. keep in mind that I’m 5′ft tall and weigh 100 pounds.
I was fine yesterday
Answer by S.L.R-Forever
It could be a virus.
Just talk to your doctor.
Answer by Priceless
Must be a Stomach Virus
Answer by Helen M
The “stomach flu” (which your symptoms strongly suggest) is not really a flu at all, but food poisoning with a virus called the Norwalk virus. It is not caused by food you ate today, but food you ate yesterday. This is generally transmitted when someone who already has the virus prepares your food or coughs on your food, such as something from a fast food restaurant like Jack-in-the-Box. Most people get Norwalk several times during their lives.
The vomiting and diarrhea is the body’s natural defense against the virus, and the body immediately gets rid of the bad substance from both ends.
If it is Norwalk, you probably feel terrible today. Generally it goes away after a few days, each day feeling better than the one before. The second day you may feel weak and a little queasy, but generally the vomiting and diarrhea only occur on the first day of symptoms.
Norwalk is also called the cruise-ship virus, as it has sometimes affected a large number of people on cruise ships, where there are close quarters, no way to leave the ship, and shared air circulation. Cruise ships now routinely require 24 hours quarantine for anyone with stomach ailments, and they put antibacterial alcohol dispensers all around the ships.
Answer by alejandro
Amoebiasis can affect anyone but is most common in young adults and adults but can also infect children and even babies.Amebiasis is most common in tropical and warm areas where hygiene is poor or to eat at outdoor venues.The symptoms of amoebiasis are:-Diarrhea
- Increase of leukocytes in the blood.
- Loss of appetite and weight loss.
- Pain in the chest.
- Severe pain in the abdomen and sometimes stomach hurts after eating.This disease can cause cysts and adhere to certain organs like the liver and have to stop working correctly, causing yellow skin. Can also attach to the heart, lungs or brain. Amoebiasis can cause death.Not all cases of amoebiasis are so severe but it is a disease that can be severe.
Gastroenteritis also known as stomach flu can cause your stomach hurts after eating, causing pain in the middle of your stomach. This disease affects the stomach, small intestine and large intestine
There are actually two types of gastroenteritis, bacterial and viral.
Viral Gastroenteritis or viral stomach flu are more common in the winter periods. It can cause vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, stomach pain, and causes your stomach hurts after eating sometimes. It can also cause more symptoms such as chills, clammy skin, fever, excessive sweating, vomiting with blood (though rare), weight loss, general muscle pain.Viral gastroenteritis is caused by the following viruses: rotavirus, adenovirus, calicivirus and astrovirus.
Bacterial gastroenteritis can be caused the following bacteria: Salmonella, Shigella, Staphylococcus, Campylobacter, or Escherichia Coli. Moreover, there are also cases caused by parasites such as giardia.
The chicken, along with fish, eggs, dairy products, food is one of the most sensitive to contract salmonella, bacteria that cause salmonellosis, one of the most common food poisoning. Especially in summer when high temperatures favor its appearance.
The lack of hygiene during food handling or consumption of contaminated products (which usually have no smell or taste unusual to suspect of their poor condition), are the main routes of transmission of this infection.
The first symptoms that may indicate that someone has contracted the bacteria include diarrhea, fever and your stomach hurts, which usually appear between 12 and 72 hours after consumption of the product in poor condition. Many of those affected may require hospitalization because of severe diarrhea caused by the salmonella that causes the patient requires intravenous hydration. When the infection spreads, you need the antibiotics.
This condition usually resolves without sequelae in approximately one week, although in severe cases, if not treated promptly, the infection can spread outside the digestive system even cause death.
There are two main variants of the bacterium, Salmonella enteritidis and Salmonella tyohimurium, so it is important that the analysis confirms the presence of pathogens in the patient not to confuse the symptoms of salmonellosis with other digestive diseases.
Take precautions with the arrival of summer can help prevent infection:
You should exercise extreme personal hygiene and cooking utensils when handling food.
Read the instructions for storage of food and expiration dates.
The meat should be cooked thoroughly before eating.
Dairy products should not remain more than two hours outside the fridge.
Do not eat eggs that did not keep the shell intact.
Use caution with mayonnaise and sauces. At home, store them in the refrigerator immediately and increase the amount of lemon or vinegar in your preparation. In bars and restaurants, requires to be made with pasteurized egg products instead of fresh eggs.
Watch that dairy products you purchase any property is kept in proper cold conditions.
All these measures must be met especially in the case of children and the elderly, both age groups particularly vulnerable to infection.
There are about 2,200 serotypes of Salmonella bacteria, and most strains produce gastroenteritis but can also produce typhoid which is a type of salmonella much more serious, which is different from gastroenteritis.
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