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What exactly are her other symptoms apart from Vomiting? If she has had typhoid fever
during her childhood, Even after treatment with antibiotics, a small number of people who recover from typhoid fever continue to harbor the bacteria in their intestinal tract or gallbladder
, often for years. These people, called chronic carriers, shed the bacteria in their feces and are capable of infecting others, although they no longer have signs or symptoms of the disease themselves. Relapse and vomiting are not common in Typhoid but it has to be ruled out through blood work up including, blood culture
, Stool culture, ELISA urine test to look for the bacteria causing Typhoid fever, Platelet count
(platelet count will be low), Fluorescent antibody study to look for antibodies against Typhoid bacteria
She will require antibiotics, IV Fluids and symptomatic treatment. She needs to have a bland non spicy diet, with plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables.
I Wish her Good Health.