Causes Of Vomiting, Stomach Cramps, Bowel Movements And Fever?
good night doctor, sorry to disturb. My friend experiences water vomiting regularly every 15 minutes. In addition, he also experienced stomach cramps and had been to the bathroom 2 times (diarrhea) with a very runny stool. so far still conscious and not too feverish. for first aid what should I do to reduce nausea?
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Vomiting accompanied by diarrhea as you mentioned is most likely to indicate the condition of a digestive tract infection. If vomiting and diarrhea arise continuously, and the patient is unable to drink, then this can result in fatal dehydration for sufferers. Dehydration is characterized by patients who appear limp, eyes appear sunken, if there is this condition it should be immediately taken to the emergency room of the nearest hospital to be able to immediately get fluid therapy.
In addition, vomiting can also be caused by:
Stimulation of a pungent and unpleasant odor for sufferers
Enlarged liver, for example in a liver infection
Eating too much in a short amount of time
Mass in the brain
If the patient can still drink, it should be advisable to drink small but often, as well as the intake of food is given little but often to prevent vomiting. Also do not forget to wash your hands every time you eat, and maintain food hygiene to prevent digestive tract infections
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)