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Feverish, bowel movements, discomfort in the stomach, nausea. What could this be?

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I've been waking up in the morning gassy and then I have a small bowel movement. Tummy feels good hen minutes later I can feel discomfort in my tummy at the top off my ribs and the. It moves down and I feel nausea and then have another small bowl movement. His goes on for about an hour or so. Feel kinda feverish. And still a little nausea. Trying to shake it off went walking but I still feel cruddy. Is ther a flu bug going around that is similar
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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IT CAN BE VIRAL FUNGAL INFECTIV OR LOCAL ORGAN PROBLEM LIKE GAL BLADDER DUODENTIS GASTRITIS ETC
YOU CAN USE SHORT COURSE OF METROGYL WITH ANTI ALLERGICS TABS ANTACIDS
LOW PROTEIN DIET
PLENTY OF WATER AND ANALGESIC SOS
BUT DO CONSULT GASTROENTEROLOGIST TO FIND E CAUSE EVEN IF IT IS NOT LONG HISTORY
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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