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Fever, heel pain, vomiting, loose stools. Will taking sporolac and oflox help relieve symptoms?

I m havin little fever with pain in my heels... Also vomitted 4-5 times since morning and also suffering frm loose motions... Went for stool passing last 4-5 times.. Have taken electral powder in mornin... Taken lopomide and nice tablet also... Had taken dinner yesterday night outside... I am a girl of age 23.... Does sporolac and oflox oz will help as of antibiotic and thinkin to take domstal for vomittin and metacin if fever petsists?
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response

Sporolac contains lactobacilli that would help stabilize intestinal flora. I also suggest to take tasectan that will help stop diarrhea.

Oflox oz is an antibiotic that could have good effects. However, you should determine first what is causing diarrhea:

- viral infection - take antivirals and supportative medications
- bacterial infection - take antibiotics
- candida infection - take antimycotics
- parasitic infection - take antiparasitic

If you are vomiting, it is better to get checked by physician to start a 2 day parenteral therapy (intravenous/intramuscular).

All the best!
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