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Vomiting, cramps, blister and cold sore, fever. Is this a stomach bug?

I've come to believe that I have the "stomach bug". On Monday I vomited twice . I ate a fish sandwich around 12noon , threw it up around 4pm. And a piece of brownie around 7, threw it up a half hour later. On Tuesday I had diarrhea. And I threw up again on Wednesday . Now , I got a fever blister , cold sore , whatever it's called, on Monday afternoon , after my first vomit . It's now Saturday , I'm currently cramping , and I still have my fever blister/cold sore. Does the fever blister and stomach bug have any relation ???
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Hi ! Possibly you have got a food poisoning somewhere due to which you have got vomiting and loose motions. Fever is due to any kind of infection, and food poisoning is one such example. The blister could come in due to fever caused by any infection, specially viral. Get your stool tested and consult your doctor. All the best.
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