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Severe bouts of watery stools followed by tooth ache, profuse sweating after an outing. What could be wrong?

Hi I am 22 years old guy, firstly on Tuesday me and wife and sister went out for the day, we all ate fine and there were no problems but on wednesday morning I woke up feeling sick but not going too be and doing lots of watery poos, I did about 7 in over a hour, I was not well at all. In afternoon I felt better and evening was much better, then thurs and Friday felt fine. But Saturday night I was going bed and I had bit toothache and then out no where the same symptoms came along but poo were less watery more poos this time, i have just woken up and I am sweating badly and just been too toilet but could not poo, any help would be great Jamie
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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From history it seems that you might be having acute gastro-enteritis probably due to food contamination.
It seems that now you might be having dehydration due to loose motions.
Go to ER and get examined as you may require IV fluids and antibiotic injections.
Meanwhile take plenty ofwater, electrolytes and ORS liquids.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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