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Stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, hot feeling, loose motion. What could be the reason?

About june 20 I got 50 to 100 mosquito bites. They did not itch . June 27 I got a slightly stiff neck . June 28th I had some nausea . June 29 I was throwing up . stiff neck, nauseous. June 30 had worse nausea and could not sleep. I feel hot often but not a fever that I know of. (Similar to hot flashes of perimenopause) The weather is hot but I have been drinking more water than usual and stay indoors in A/C. I am still nauseous today and I forgot to mention I have had loose stool for 5 days which is unusual for me. I am usually constipated, hard, infrequent stool. Any idea what this nausea and stiff neck are from?
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Your symptoms suggest gastroenteritis.
The nausea is associated with gastroenteritis while stiff neck may be due to some fever or electrolyte loss.
The mosquito bite has nothing to do any thing with the gastroenteritis.
Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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