Vomiting no diarrhea no fever

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I have an 18 month old son who has devolped this thing where he'll throw up every hour starting at 5 in the morning going until about 9 in the morning, and with diarrhea all through out the day. Sometimes its green and watery, others normal colored diarrhea. He has no fever and is normal up until he gets sick. The doctors keep saying that he has a stomach bug such as the "day flu" that is going around, however, no one at his day care is sick and no one in our household is.
I hear it's like your body cleansing itself to make delivery easier. No other symptoms, no nausea, no vomiting, no fever. Just diarrhea. How long after did labor start?
I do not experience any horrible gas pains, just LOTS of excess gas and the diarrhea ranging anywhere from 3 to 8 times a day, depending on the day, no fever, vomiting, etc. Can you develop chronic diarrhea several months AFTER having your gallbladder out?
No sign of fever and no diarrhea. Playful and happy but still vomiting...and is sound asleep now. I can tell he is hungry but he is gagging anytime we give fluids or solids....we are frustrated and not sure what to do. We just find it strange that he basically has no other symptom and are concerned about his minimal food and liquids. We also find it strange that there is basically no other symptom but vomiting. The fever has not returned and no diarrhea...
But right this second kind if all around. No fever right now bit I've had it off and on woththese cramps for at least a week Hospital checked one thing really only one thong and releases me til they got results 4 days later and I have no desire to go back results negative. My primary says call my hep Dr and I have to go thru the nurse at hep Dr who keeps blowing me off.
It is not necessary for a person to have fever or frank vomiting or diarrhea. Drink plenty of fluids, eat light, take a lactobacillus preparation and watch for 2-3 days. If symptoms do not subside you may need a stool test and further investigations. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
He runs anywhere from a low grade fever to no fever to as high as 104.1. After Colonoscopy and Endoscopy finding s are: small sliding hiatal hernia, lymphoid aggregate the terminal ileum which is a normal variant for his young age. No obvious Upper or lower GI disease. All negative tests from infectious disease. Gallbladder test shows mild enterogastric bile reflux which can be a cause of symptoms simu;ating biliary colic. Remainder of study is normal. Ct Abdomen is unremarkable.
constant abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, not to mention this fever. It feels like this is draining the life out of me. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
She finished the Diawin, Metronidazole, and Chlorpheniramine-but had behavioral reactions to this drug, which limited the amount. Yesterday-reclusive/abnormal behavior, eating less, and freq. bathroom need occurred, with no diarrhea. She was given Reglan tonight, but was given that for vomitting dark brown stomach/infection 4 times in an 8 hr. span before the vet. She has not vomitted since and has seemed to be better, but began tonight. She seemed to be "hot" in body temp.
During the day on Saturday we notice a runny nose, cough, sneezing but no fever. Also he has had some diarrhea and vomiting. We do not know if the illness is due to lack of sleep or if the seizures were a precursor to the illness as he was not sick before them.
Anything I ate would go right through me. I have not had any other flu-like symptoms, no vomiting, no fever, nothing. Today my stool is still runny, but a little thicker like sherbert. It is floating and it's a yellow-orange color. What is this? I spoke to my doctor on the phone and other than telling me to drink lots of fluids, really didn't seem concerned. A few things.... I have had bad sinus drainage for about 10 days. Could this cause diarrhea of this caliber?
In 09/08, after returning from Mexico, she had severe lower left abdominal pain radiating to her back, and eventually high fever, dehydration, vomiting, and black diarrhea. She finally got some antibiotics and the most severe symptoms resolved. Since then though, she's had chronic unremitting diarrhea (no evident blood anymore, although occasionally oily) and severe anemia (her lowest blood count was 8).
Episode 1: fever, vomiting, diarrhea.....ruled a virus..."let it run its course" Episode 2 approximately 9 days later: severe abdominal pain, vomiting, no bowel movement x 2 days followed by excessive diarrhea, fever, fatigue *pediatric liquid suppository given prior to diarrhea....
He is otherwise fine, no diarrhea, no fever, normal during the day. He is not on any medications, and he has been drinking milk fine up until this point. Is it possible to "develop" an intolerance to milk? Anyone have any insight as to what could be causing this? Thanks.
There was no dizziness, no headache, no cough, no fever, no GI discomfort, nothing else but the desire to throw up. The feeling strengthened and weakened randomly in the day, but never really went away. I had very little appetite and thirst those days as most of what i ate was regurgitated and the feeling to consume was weak. I lost a lot of weight and became very weak. This persisted for weeks. I was at the hospital 4 or 5 times, never admitted.
The most common danger associated with vomiting is dehydration, especially when the vomiting is accompanied by fever and diarrhea. Severe, repeated vomiting can also strain the esophagus and stomach and cause internal bleeding or shock. If it becomes chronic, vomiting can also disrupt a child's metabolism and slow growth. Another concern is the danger that vomit will be aspirated into the lungs, which can lead to pneumonia.
He's had diarrhea at night time when he normally would poop. He has no fever and is acting perfectly fine and wanting to eat and drink. I've already had him off dairy all weekend and light foods when possible, but he wants to eat normal foods! He has lapse in coverage in his insurance so he isn't covered until next week. Is it worth taking him to a clinic when he's acting fine/ no fever? Has anyone experienced this and if so was it anything in particular?
3 weeks later, he vomits 1-2x/day for 5 days in a row with severely reduced appetite but no diarrhea and soft stools. After 5 days of vomiting, he had one day with no BM and no vomiting, then the next day frequent diarrhea. We again figured he had a virus and just bad luck. Took him back to the pediatrician after 6 days of diarrhea, but no more vomiting. We did a stool culture and sensitivity, check for rotavirus and c-diff. All negative.
After two weeks I think a Doctor visit is in order, it could have been a stomach bug or some allergy to food.Could you tell me what foods he is mainly fed ?
In the last 2 yrs I have had several episodes of vomiting and diarrhea, with sweating and an uncomfortable feeling, where all I can do is lay on the floor with my eyes closed. Once my body is emptied, I am okay, just feel drained.These attacks come on suddenly, and weeks/ months apart. There doesn't seem to be any relation to what I have eaten. The first 3 episodes were 2 yrs ago and my DR gave me an antibiotic which seemed to help. Since that time, I have had 3 more episodes. No fever or pain.
At any time you feel that symptoms are worsening (more than 8-10 loose stools in 24 hrs, vomiting, feeling faint, high fever etc) please go to the ER. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
when she is finally able to have a bm, it is a liquid green color. she does not have a fever, and is sleeping a little more than normal, but no other symptoms. i have kept milk products from her, and encouraged fluids, but have not been able to totally put her on the brat diet because she will eat nothing if she has to eat that diet. i have been letting her have an otherwise normal diet. these symptoms have been ocurring for the last 8 days. i have contacted her dr.
Kidney stone problems can present with high fever, pain, passing gunge and blood, having diarrhea and vomiting. This can go on for months depending on where the stone is. You will only experience all the severe symptoms and pain when the stone is actually moving. When the stone is not moving, you will not know that you even have a stone. Don't feel embarrassed about the female doctor. You will not have anything that she has not already seen.
I have pain under my left rib cage, extreene nausia, fatigue, diarrhea and I just started the vomiting. I have no answers other than I have gone to the dr and they haven't been able to do much. I have a tummy ultrasound for next week and if they tell me something helpful I make sure to post it. Dr did say that since I had my gal-bag removed it could be bile dumping, might check into that too. I'd say if it keeps up longer than two-three weeks check with the drs.
The colonoscopy showed the left colon biopsy showing non-specific mild acute and chronic inflammation and hemorrhage with no evidence of microscopic or collagenous colitis. The same for the right colon biopsy. The rectum biopsies showing the same. For the small bowel biopsy showing preserved villous architecture with non-specific mild acute and chronic inflammation and no evidence of sprue. Gastric biopsy showing mild acute and chronic inflammation with no evidence of H. Pylori Organisms.
Now, I feel better and running no fever. However, I am still vomiting what I thinkis bile. For the first two weeks, the bile was brown and red in color. Now, it seems to be orange-ish in color. On and off I have been having headaches. I am also experiencing nausea as well as diarrhea (yellow-orange in color). I am very tired as well. Any ideas of what this can be? Should I seek medical attention?
I am a long time heroin user and have recently started to buy methadone to treat myself, since no doctors in my town will give me my own perscription. I know it's just replacing one habit for another. Well I was wondering if any one knew any names of doctors that could help me get my own perscription?
my toothless 7month old baby has had diarrhea for 2 weeks, she is playing normally, does not look sick. she has no fever, no vomiting but has up to 5 loose stools per day. what could be the problem?
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