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How To Treat A Recurring Viral Gastroenteritis?

My wife went to the emergency room on april, 21st and was treated for Viral Gastroenteritis. The symptoms went away for like 24 hours and have returned to the way they were. She is constantly vomiting and none of the prescribed medicine or liquids will stay down. Should I take her back to the ER again?
Tue, 8 Nov 2016
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Hi welcome to the health care magic

You have not mentioned which drugs has been prescribed

For your condition domperidone tablet can be taken two times a day for stoppage of vomiting

Combination drug like that of rabeprazole and domperidone( Razo D) can be taken

Avoid heavy meals... Take small meals at frequent interval

Avoid excess spicy foods

Drink more water to Maintain hydration

If diarrhea present than racecadotril can be prescribed

Avoid smoking

Investigate with CBC to rule out neutrophilia

Take care

Consult physician for examination
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How To Treat A Recurring Viral Gastroenteritis?

Hi welcome to the health care magic You have not mentioned which drugs has been prescribed For your condition domperidone tablet can be taken two times a day for stoppage of vomiting Combination drug like that of rabeprazole and domperidone( Razo D) can be taken Avoid heavy meals... Take small meals at frequent interval Avoid excess spicy foods Drink more water to Maintain hydration If diarrhea present than racecadotril can be prescribed Avoid smoking Investigate with CBC to rule out neutrophilia Take care Consult physician for examination