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vomitting..motion..virus

 
 
Reply Fri 8 Dec, 2006 04:20 am
Hi, I have my little girl ( brother's ) that has been suffering from this

frequent vomitting and motion sometimes but not that much. Until this

time, she still has the fever but vomitting has stopped nearly. The

problem is that her sister and also father picked this. The father is good

now after two shots, still her twin sister. The little girl ( my girl ) has an

appointment tomorrow for some stomach test.


I found a man who said that this is a usual things, and said it's like a virus

that jump from a person to another.

Have you heard of such things?! Also, I want to know about what the

cause of vomitting things with kids? I'm not that much in their world, I

have mine Confused


She's cute like my mother, looks like her, and she is my girl.
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Phoenix32890
 
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Reply Fri 8 Dec, 2006 04:58 am
I find it a bit difficult to understand your thread. Has the child vomited on different occasions, or is the vomiting part of one illness that has lasted a long time?

I can think of two possibilities where other members have gotten a similar illness as your daughter. If she has some sort of stomach virus, that can be passed on from one person to another, when they are in close contact, such as living together in a family.

The other possibility is something that they all are eating which is contaminated. It is possible for some people to be sensitive to food that has gone bad, while others don't react as badly. I once went to lunch with another person at work. We both ordered hamburger. He became violently ill from it, while I was only a bit uncomfortable.

I am glad that your family is seeing a doctor. Only he can give a proper diagnosis.
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DrewDad
 
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Reply Fri 8 Dec, 2006 08:03 am
http://www.medicinenet.com/rotavirus/article.htm

Quote:
What are rotavirus symptoms?

The time period from initial infection to symptoms (incubation period) for rotavirus disease is around 2 days. Symptoms of the disease include fever, vomiting, and watery diarrhea. Abdominal pain may also occur, and infected children may have profuse watery diarrhea up to several times per day. Symptoms generally persist for three to nine days. Immunity from repeated infection is incomplete after a rotavirus infection, but repeated infections tend to be less severe than the original infection.

Rotavirus infection can be associated with severe dehydration in infants and children. Severe dehydration can lead to death in rare cases, so it is important to recognize and treat this complication of rotavirus infection. In addition to the symptoms of rotavirus infection discussed above, parents should be aware of the symptoms of dehydration that can occur with rotavirus infection or with other serious conditions.
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Reply Fri 8 Dec, 2006 02:02 pm
Hi Phoenix, well, I'm sorry not to make it clear for you in the thread. First,

she's not my daughter, I'm her cousin and I call her my girl because

she's cute and she looks like mom. I wish I have the time to get married!

Ok, that is not food contamination definately because her mother is so

careful about feeding her twin. I'll go for the stomach virus that makes

her vomit frequently but not due to a previous illness.

Hi DrewDad, I'll check the link tomorrow becaue I feel like been hit by

a train for the moment. Half of my family are ill, and I just brought my

brother from the clinic.



You don't know what would happen if my brother got ill, or the old

problem comes to life again. It would be a disaster for me Sad
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