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Vomiting, constant nausea. No fever or pain. Stomach pain, passing stools. Help

my sister has been vomiting since is now nearly 10am. the vomitus lessens progressively but the nausea is constant and hourly and then when that sets in, upchuck. no fever , no pain then (except when the nausea sets in) no blood in vomitus, just her dinner initially and then just regular ol vomit. she doesn t feel week. her latest, abt 5 min ago, was a tummyache which resulted immediately in her passing motion (soft to watery stools ). the dinner she had just before she went to bed was at a restaurant with my husband, brother-in-law and myself but the rest of us are fine. when we got home, just before bedtime, she and i had an acai fizzy drink from GNC but im okay,
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Hi Rei,
From the description you have mentioned, it seems that your sister is having Acute Gastroenteritis which can be due to taking some infected food or drink. You should take her to emergency department and get her examined so that treatment can be started immediately to prevent dehydration and to cure the infection. Treatment includes antacids, antiemetic, antibiotic and antiamoebic.
Give your sister electrolyte rich drink to prevent dehydration and electrolyte loss due to excessive vomiting.
I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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