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Nausea, touchy stomach. No fever, vomiting, or diarrhea. Is it a stomach virus?

I think that I have had a stomach virus since this past Saturday. I have not had any fever , vomitting or diarrhea , however have been very nauseous. It has been a solid four days now and I am feeling better, but still feel like my stomach is touchy. I am not eating too much and still feel a little queasy. Is that normal, shouldn t I be feeling better by now if it is a flu bug?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Hello, jmoberg,
After having the stomach virus ,it is quite normal to have some
lingering effects like nausea or even a slight diarrhea which could
last for about a week. Since you don't have fever,chills,vomiting or
diarrhea at this point, you should recover quickly. Make sure you
stay well hydrated and stay on a bland diet avoiding fatty ,greasy
and very spicy foods. Also, limit the caffeine and alcohol intake.
Vitamin-C 1000 mg. a day along with a good B-Complex Vitamin
will be good.
Hope you are feeling fine in no time.
Answered: Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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