If not better or if you develop vomiting, fever or severe abdominal pain, you should be seen by a health care provider. I have had watery diarrhea for about 3 days and belly pains which sometime make me want to throw up.
Has vomiting lasting several hours Hasn't had a wet diaper in six hours Has bloody stools or severe diarrhea Has a sunken soft spot fontanel on the top of his or her head Has a dry mouth or cries without tears Is unusually sleepy, drowsy or unresponsive If any of these symptoms are present, evaluation by a health care professional is needed right away, and IV hydration may need to be administered or possible admission to the hospital.
Pat March 9, 2016 at 4: Taylor Thompson February 6, 2016 at 9: Went to sleep, Then woke up maybe an hour later and vomitted a lot.
I have been getting belly aces for about 2 weeks and I only get them at night and up until about 11: They may upset your stomach further. I just started using it last night and took about 2 doses and by the morning it was still the same nothing has change except now I have started to bleed and its not like my menstrual cycle its not heavy enough or have enough flow to it what so you suggest this is and what should I do?.
This is offered at 2, 4 and 6 months old during well-child visits. When the Stomach Flu Requires a Doctor While most stomach illnesses pass on their own, there are cases when medical attention is necessary. Take a look and see if it is:. Maui February 2, 2016 at 3: Mark Rausch December 13, 2015 at 3: My 16 year old daughter fell ill pretty quickly last night.
Somebody please help me. Mark Rausch February 25, 2016 at 4: Take care. Hannah March 3, 2016 at 5: However, it is likely food poisoning or another GI virus. In this case, it may be an indication of dehydration. Thsi does not sounds viral or food poisoning. It is in your best interest to be evaluated by a health care provider.
Feel better soon. Should I see urgent care.. Thank you for your help. In addition to water, older children and adults can drink sports drinks, like Gatorade, Power Aid, while babies and young children can have an oral rehydration solution, such as Pedialyte.