With no particular virus that affects digestive system, stomach flu got its name to describe a state of digestive system under attack of any viral illness, and not to be classified as influenza. Now, you can make conclusion that this is, actually, an stomach infection caused by a virus; an inflammation of the gastro intestinal tract due to a viruses or in some cases bacteria or parasites.
What this virus do is, not just affecting the stomach, than it attacks the small intestine too and makes a person affected with the virus suffer from many well known symptoms.
As any other illness, stomach flu also has many names; so you can hear different phrases such are: -stomach virus, -gastroenteritis or a -gastric flu, but don't get confused with these, they all refer to the same sickness.
In this lens I will write about gastroenteritis, its symptoms and treatment. If you are not familiar with the name of this illness, you might already hear about it but in other names such are gastric flu or stomach flu.
Beautiful post, and very precise - detailed. Should put to the test this recipe. In every case, avoiding hard food during stomach flu is necessary, soft food in small doses. Also blood in stool can appear because of hemorrhoids, or irritation of anal opening due to diarrhea. Thank you
Believe it or not, but those annoying symptoms of watery diarrhea, persistent vomiting and aching stomach cramps are something that you want to stick to. In a world where we seek instant relief for the smallest of ailments, the stomach flu is one...
Hi dear visitor, first of all, I have to thank you for visiting My Stomach Flu Diary blog.
Being on this blog is not as good as I would like it to be, at least because you are not brought here by any hobbies neither entertaining reason, however, being on this blog can make you feel better in the way you realize you are not alone with your problem. In the matter of fact, this is the main reason why I'm here and why I'm blogging about stomach flu - no one should suffer alone in any disease.
I am writing these lines for myself, I am writing them to remind me on my struggle, but I am writing them for you too, to realize that your suffering is not lonely. We are both sufferers of the same illness and we are able to motivate itch other by sharing our individual experiences and the ways we fight back.
The purpose of sentences between the lines of this blog is to make you feel better and help get improvement in your health condition. Furthermore, I will do my best to inform you with all present information on our illness without any hesitation.
Between the lines of my diary you're be able to find all information that are closely related to stomach flu. If you are not familiar with these illness I will make sure to give you wright inputs on what is stomach flu, gastric flu, gastroenteritis, what cause them, what are symptoms and treatment. Also I'll provide you with info about medications used to treat it, and their side effects.
Before you proceed with reading my blog, please take good care that you SHOULD NOT do anything on your own hand to treat the stomach flu. Me and you, we are just the same persons with the same illness, except that I am gathering the information about it and making them public, and you are reading them.
My words SHOULD NOT be used instead of your medical health provider professional advice based on your individual state of the disease.
Please if you are experiencing these problems, make sure to visit your doctor as soon as possible! This blog is only for informative purpose and should not be used in any other way.
Once again thank you for your visit. I wish you all I wish to myself, get health and keep health. Think about yourself before you get any disease, the prevention is far now the best treatment, the prevention supported by discipline.
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