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Loose stools, stabbing stomach pain, low appetite, had taken a flu short. Symptoms due to shot or stomach virus?

i have looseish(not a word I know) stools and feel that stabbing squeezing pain in my stomach with less of an appetite since Sunday evening its Monday evening now I just pushed through a high intensity workout but It started before that(i drink elctromix and water throughout the day everyday it has no sugar) and I m wondering if I m on my way to a stomach virus or could it possibly be from receiving the flu shot around 11:30 pm Saturday night? I m also on the end of my period today(don t know if it makes any difference)...I ve also never had the flu shot before this and can t remember the last time I had the flu. I m 30 years old.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Feb 2013

Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.

It seems you are having loose stools due to gut infection with a stomach virus.

The mainstay of treatment is to maintain the huydration by taking oral rehydration solutions like pedialytr, lemon water, and coconut water.

Oral probiotics like saccharomyces or lactobacillus sachets will help to improve the gut ecology.

Consult the physician for examination and for prescription of mddication.

Hope I have answered your query.

Answered: Thu, 25 Jul 2013
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