What causes abdominal pain, fatigue, dehydration and slight blood from mouth?
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Thanks for the query
I would like to know a few more details in order to help you
1. What symptoms did she approach the hospital with apart from nausea.
2. What are the medications she has been given?
3. Is the pain abdomen still present? was the pain increasing after taking food?
4. How long after food did she vomit?
5. Was it just streaks of blood?
Please get back to me, I am awaiting your reply
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From the history you have given me it sounds like acute gastritis to me. However if the problem persists I strongly recommend an endoscopy to be done.
Here is how you should go about it
1. Keep her well hydrated. I recommend ORS powder to be put into 1 litre of water. It has to be taken sip by sip over 4 hours. This will prevent vomiting
2. Tab Esomprozole with domperidone is the best drug for this condition. It can be taken twice daily before food
3. Avoid spicy food, caffeine, milk and milk products.
4 Make sure that the food is bland and semi solid Do not attempt solid food for a while
5. Avoid juices.
6. Blood indicates gastiric erosions. Neksium should take care of it
I hope I was of help, if you have any further queries please get back to me
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