Rotavirus lab test

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Avatar m tn Rotavirus infection is the number one cause of severe viral gastroenteritis (vomiting and diarrhea) in the world. Primary rotavirus infection is particularly common in children 6 months to 2 years of age.
Avatar m tn i googled something in a search-hbsag quantification test in india. what is serum hbsag(quantification)? and also tell me the test name for finding hbsag quantity?
Avatar f tn So if you have a type that is viral such as one caused by norovirus or rotavirus you could have a contagious type or a bacterial one like Clostridium difficile, Salmonella or Shigella pr Ecoli that has a toxin (not all strains have it). So you need to find out which one by having the doctor do some lab tests or telling you which one you have. The main thing is washing your hands well after using the toilet.
8101930 tn?1420001456 My son is 2 months and just received his first shots yesterday including the rotavirus vaccine. I noticed that after his shots and today he has been pooping yellow colored like normal but it is very chunky. He is exclusively breast fed and always has a little bit of a seedy stool but this is very chunky. I'm Just curious if anyone knows if this is normal or not. Could it be from the rotavirus vaccine because they do ingest it. Thanks.
Avatar m tn check if it is produced in nigeria or africa by another name, the drug was approved as antiparassites/rotavirus infections if you don t find it you can get it online on then when Iam suppose to stop the peg interferon injection or is for life I mean the treatment end point lam must be stopped when interferon is stopped just to be extra safe on resistance, interferon blocks lam resistance development 100%.
136689 tn?1419580447 my sister has been told here 5 week old has cf but looking at all the symptoms and what not we are hoping for a glimmer of hope here is is a bit of history I the aunty are a cf carrier only found out due to having test done before fertility treatment so thinking my sister is too and not sure about her husband anyway.. so her newborn screening has come back positive but she doesn't taste salty or have any cough or wheezing nothing of the sort..
Avatar f tn s one poke on the foot then they usually do a hepatitis B shot then roughly ever 2 months the baby gets Dtap,Hib ,Polio,Pneumococcal, Rotavirus (hope i spelled them all right)but they can mix some together usually 2 pokes with the needle the babies get over it so fast
223520 tn?1221440283 So that was the first thing that got me upset. Then the nurse comes in and gets ready to give my son the rotavirus vaccine. I was like he has never had it. She proceeds to give it to him!! I was like um, can you ask the dr. about it? She was like fine. So he comes in and was like Im soo sorry!! I was like OMG! WHAT?! He was like we should have never given him the rotavirus vaccine, since he has never had it. He was like I assumed he had it before. I am freaking out!!!!!!!!
287246 tn?1318570063 I have a 22month old client with a trach and g-tube and she had rotavirus, this was like 2 weeks ago, causes diarrhea, i didnt go in to work while she had bcuz i didnt want to get anything on me and give it to Trinity. But ever since she has been in daycare she always get sick, now she has given her cold to me and LaDell, we both started taking vitamin c to hopefully prevent us from getting sick.
Avatar f tn I was curious if anyone knew- hypothetically, if your child has received 2 rotavirus vaccinations, and you opt to not have any more, does it hurt them to not have the full amount? Why do they have several of the same ones anyway, such as the DTAP and that?
Avatar f tn I don't know if it is a flu, rotavirus or some other kind of virus.. but an stomach/intestinal virus has been going around my area for the last month or so. Some people go it really bad and others just kinda bad. Jacob ended going to the ER and being put on IV fluids. I doubt it is the rotavirus, because I read somewhere that most adults are not effected by it because they have already been exposed to it earlier in their life. I hope you all are feeling better soon.
680767 tn?1254830575 If you want your antibodies checked, ask for a Thyroid Peroxidase antibody test (TPOab), an antithyroglobulin antibody test (TGab), and a TSI test, if you think Grave's may be involved. TSI is thyroid Stimulating Immunoglobulin, and is found in Grave's patients.
Avatar f tn At 12 months, she began to fall of her growth curve. Shortly after her first birthday, she got rotavirus and became severely dehydrated. After 4 trips to the ER (they thought I only wanted a cure for the stomach flu), she was admitted for 5 days and closely monitored. She was 17.5 lbs at her 1 year check up, she lost 1 1/2 lbs from rotavirus at admittance and upon discharge she weighed 18 lbs. A pediatrician who is a specialist thought she had celiac disease but testing came back negative.
Avatar n tn ve been through these with my 2 1/2 year old and some of them can take a very long time to clear. One that pops into mind is rotavirus. Fevers do not necessarily always accompany a virus. He should see a Dr. Also, make sure he is staying well hydrated. Food is less important then fluids. Juices, pedialight, even milk. Dehydration is always the biggest concern. Is he energetic or listless? That too can tell you alot. If he is listless and weak, then he should be seen right away.
Avatar n tn My daughter had rotavirus when she was very little (6 months)...which in all honesty REALLY ticked me off as she had had ALL 3 oral vaccinations against this. She was hospitalized for 4 days...and wouldn't really take any formula. When the doctor finally released her all she would take was 2 or 3 oz of pedialyte at a time. Apparently, as long as you keep them hydrated it should be fine! Atleast thats what the doctor advised me to do! Hope this helps.
172826 tn?1423422956 i thought i would update quick..Cameron has rotavirus.
Avatar f tn Red colored stools, stools mixed with blood, diarrhea etc are common after rotavirus immunization. The green color is due to rapid transit or movement of food through the gut. Usually the symptoms settle in a day or two, do not affect the child and there is no fever. If this persists after 48 hours or if the child has fever, is becoming lethargic, then do take him to a doctor. Take care!
Avatar f tn hi i had some lab test results done at the end of march and they came back abnormal my C-PEPTIDE CERUM came back at a 8.3 my ALT (SGPT) is 34 lastly my creatine is 1.