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What could be the reason of herpes followed by high fever,vomiting and loose motions ?

hi, my mother suffered from herpes 2 weeks back. Last Sunday she got a high fever(102-103). She was shivering like anything. Today, after 4 days, her fever is gone but now she started vomiting with the loose motions. All these days we are regularly consulting doctors but those medicines were very less effective. She has become very weak now. Please suggest me some ways to cure her fully. Also,What are the possible reasons for all these one by one occuring diseases?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
hi dear , ithink she need complete evaluation by blood and urine ,viral infection leads to secondary bacterial infection and its v common and weakness bc of loss of body salts
and minerals ,let her do her tests and have a normal soft diet with plenty of fluids and reply me back if the follow up done with the doctor .
wish her goodhealth
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General & Family Physician Dr. M. Imran Javid's  Response
hi dear ,give her medicine prescribed by physcan for vomiting with only sip of water and after that wait for 20-25 minutes before giving her anything this is bc let the medicine work and prevent vomiting followed by soft smached diet
wish her a good health
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