Vomiting water diarrhea

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I wonder if you are having an epidemic with the following symptoms: diarrhea, nausea or vomiting, fever ... and how to treat if the symptoms persist. Should I go to emergency room?
If this started recently then drink plenty of fluids (clear soups, water, ORS in water, lemonade). Eat light, do not stay hungry but eat simple things like toast, porridge, cereals, crackers, banana, rice, peeled apple, etc. Take over the counter antacid and antiemetic (this SOS for vomiting). Watch out for a day or two with this treatment. If still the symptoms persist, then you may need an antibiotic for the gut and would need to see a doctor.
He doesn't seem to be sick other than the vomiting he plays and drinks his water like he always has. I am at a loss as to what may be wrong. Is there any suggestions as to what may be wrong. Please help.
If he keeps vomiting or the diarrhea gets bad, he does need emergency care, simply because his water intake will not keep up with his dehydration risk. A tiny dog is at greater risk too. If he stabilizes, and there is no more vomiting etc, then just fast him completely for 24 hours with just water, then try him again with plain boiled rice, then if he keeps that down and seems hungry, gradually start mixing some plain boiled white fish or chicken breast in with the rice.
Maybe start him on some Pedialyte and a dropper or two of extra wet food to be on the safe side from all the diarrhea and vomiting. Of course you'll take him to the vet this weekend if he doesn't improve, but fingers crossed!! I guess I DID have something to add after all.
Remember that one of the systems MOST affected by anxiety...especially panic...is the GI system!! It causes diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, you name it. I promise you that you do not have a parasite, or any horrible disease! ANY time you get anxious or have a panic attack, you will amost always notice some sort of GI symptom. When I have a panic attack.....(not to be frank here)...I have to go RIGHT NOW!!!! As a result of that...
Does anyone else have extreme cramps and bloating in stomach that go along with the diarrhea or if not go along I have both. The cramp are bad below my left rig cage really bad. 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.
I ended up in the hospital because I had diarrhea and vomiting.....lasting for about 8 days. I was extremely nauseated for a long time, and could not eat, or keep anything down. The nausea lasted for about 2 weeks total. I lost 30 pounds in a little over a month. My bloodwork was normal, neutrophils were elevated, but everything else okay. I had an ultrasound, CT Scan, colonoscopy, and the scope down my throat (sp?). CT, ultrasound, and colonoscopy showed nothing.
My 12 yr old boston terrier started having diarrhea and some vomiting about 6 months ago, I would take him to our regular vet he prescribed anti diarrhea meds, sometimes nausea, he tested him for parasite and was negative, de wormed him anyway.
My dog has been vomiting first brown stuff, than what looks like water, she has diarrhea, and she has no energy. any ideas?
For the past week ive had diarrhea and vomiting, at first i thought it was just a stomach bug as there is going round here atm but everyones passed within 2days and they only had the sickness, im keeping up the fluids as much as i can but food im avoiding atm as just cant stomach it, my stools are like yellow water with what looks like mucus in it, also have abdominal pain/cramps, headache, weak legs, just the general rundown dont know what to do with myself feeling, i do have coeliac disease an
i want to make sure i'm doing the right thing because i've looked up some causes of vomiting and diarrhea, and i'm freaking myself out about it, so someone please let me know that i'm on track...
But her place on her incision isnt getting any better. I dont know if the vomiting and diarrhea could be from the infection or if they may be a bug going around that is affecting dogs. She also has pancreatic insuffuciency and inflammatory bowel disease. She is taking clavamox antibiotics. If she was bit by a spider could it cause vomiting and diarrhea.
My year and a half yr old poodle had a bout of diarrhea and vomiting yesterday. I rushed her to the emergency vetvand had blood testing done.this was last night. Right when I got home from the vet she was running around playong. Vet said it was nothing serious. But today without eating house food that upset her stomach she still had some diarrhea. Is this something to worry about or maybe some diarrhea still left over from last night? She is lively and running around.
This goes on for about 4 days so I go back to the doctor and get prescribed more antibiotics and some diarrhea medication. I have had about many of these vomiting and diarrhea episodes lasting anywhere from one night to 4 or 5 days since February. I have had chronic heartburn and it seems like I can't get through the day now without taking a hand full of stomach medication like tums, gas-x, or diarrhea medicine.
He also hasn't been drinking much water. He will only go to his water bowl about once a day, so I've been trying to give him ice cubes which works about half the time. He hasn't done much but sleep, although we did give him a tennis ball to play with, and he destroyed it within minutes as he usually does. But he is acting depressed, and lethargic for the most part. Yesterday morning he started vomiting. He threw up about 3 or 4 times total yesterday, and once this morning.
Welcome to the gastroenterology community! I would recommend taking her to a gastroenterologist and getting some testing done. Good luck.
and used to never get sick, got sick while at daycare on Tuesday Oct 30th. he was sent home because of vomiting and diarrhea. He threw up and had diarrhea the rest of that day, wed and thursday. On Wed I took him to the dr and the dr barely looked at him and said he had a stomach virus, if he kept vomiting after 2 days to take him to the ER. Well Friday he had nothing, not even a bowl movement. Saturday morning, when we pulled him from his bed, he had vomit all over his bed.
They were usually vomiting, then afterward, diarrhea. Normally I get them once or twice every year. I'd always thought that it was due to something I ate. But as I grew older, I noticed that before I vomit, I get burps that taste like rotten eggs. The past few years, they usually happened in the middle of the night to morning. I would wake up with a cold feeling in the upper part of my stomach, below my rib cages. It feels as if it's being pushed together.
Two weeks ago I woke up in the middle of the night to an incredible urge to use the bathroom. I was up all night until the early morning hours with explosive diarrhea. I would have to get up every 5 minutes to go to the bathroom. Since then I have had it every day, all day and all night. I might get a 4 to 5 hour break before it hits again. I'm drinking lots of water and am not experiencing dehydration yet, but I'm very tired which I think is due to lack of sleep.
The only thing I noticed that is different about his routine is we just moved to Florida from TN, and I've been giving him tap water. The water is the only variable here. Would it be an allergy to the water? Florida water does taste different to me... Another thing is I have another English bulldog same age who is drinking same water and eating same food and is fine. He's dewormed and has current vaccinations. What to do? Go to vet? Give bottled water?
As long as you do not have vomiting you can take soups, coconut water, water, and electoral solution. So, take proper precautions to avoid infections and keep yourself properly hydrated by consuming plenty of oral fluids and consult your doctor. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
More often than not the liquids come up 1st and then the food is a solid mess so if she continues to sip on water while vomiting it makes it easier to come up. She is absoutely not making herself do this but I can understand why you would ask. I cannot find anyone that has heard of vomiting being associated with IBS, today the doctor mentioned Chron's and again I can't find anything about vomiting being an issue.
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.
During my first trimester I had very few pregnancy symptoms. At 12 weeks I started experiencing severe headaches, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath and rapid pulse rate (100-110). Having a history of migraines, my doctors ordered an MRI and ruled out anything serious. By 20 weeks the headaches subsided and only came while I was vomiting and lasted for a short time (1/2 hour to an hour). But the nausea and vomiting has increased. Generally I go several days in a row vomiting violently.
Having such a young pup afflicted with severe diarrhea and vomiting can be dangerous. They can become dehydrated very quickly and that is a medical emergency in one so small and young. Is he still drinking OK and at least holding down water when he gets sick? One thing you can do for a dog with tummy issues is to feed plain cooked white rice - no butter or salt. Usually dogs can keep that down and it helps tighten up the bowels.
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