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Suffer from vomiting and fever. Diagnosed with kidney infection,gastritis and possible inflammatory bowel. Severe pain

I have been ill since April 5th. I have made 3 trips to the hospital. They said I had a kidney infection, gastritis and possible inflammatory bowel. I had a fever, vomiting. I was treated with antibiotic last week but still feel pretty ill. Just found out that I may have eaten peanut butter with salmonella germ-about 4 weeks ago. Still have pain radiating fro stomach to back left side kidney. What could this be?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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As you said you ate peanut butter and might have been ingested with salmonella(typhi) the symptoms (fever, vomiting, stomach pain) could be caused by that infection(enteric fever). But you should also rule out other diseases as mentioned because kidney infection also can cause you fever, burning micturition, polyuria. Get tests( widal test for salmonella antibodies) done for enteric fever.
Have good ORS, garlic foods from your home.
Have a good Health, Dr. Praveen.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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