Description: Norovirus causes diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain; other symptoms may appear such as fever, headache, and/or body aches. Patients usually report feeling extremely ill and weak. Because norovirus is usually associated with contaminated foods or fluids, usually an outbreak...
Description: Jun 22, 2019 · Norovirus causes inflammation of the lining of the stomach and small intestine, called acute gastroenteritis. The most common symptoms associated with the virus include vomiting, nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain. You may also suffer from body aches, headache and fever, as well as dehydration.
Description: Dec 01, 2014 · According to the US CDC: It is possible for an infected person to shed norovirus before they have symptoms. However, people usually begin shedding the virus once they have symptoms. This may continue for 2 weeks or more after they recover.
Description: If you come down with a norovirus infection, you'll probably go from feeling completely healthy to absolutely miserable within a day or two after being exposed. Typical symptoms include nausea, vomiting (more often in children), watery diarrhea (more often in adults), and stomach cramps.
Description: Jul 05, 2017 · Some signs and symptoms of norovirus are: nausea and vomiting. abdominal cramping or pain. watery stools or diarrhea. low-grade fever. chills. headache. generalized body aches.
Description: When do symptoms begin? Symptoms of vomiting, nausea and diarrhoea usually begin 24–48 hours after ingestion of the virus, but they can appear as early as 12 hours after someone is exposed to the virus. Top of Page Are noroviruses contagious? Yes, noroviruses are highly contagious.
Description: Norovirus symptoms. Norovirus causes inflammation of the stomach or intestines. This is called acute gastroenteritis. The most common symptoms of norovirus are: vomiting; nausea; diarrhea; cramp-like stomach pain; low-grade fever. Other symptoms include: fever; headache; body aches
Description: Norovirus causes inflammation of the stomach or intestines. This is called acute gastroenteritis. A person usually develops symptoms 12 to 48 hours after being exposed to norovirus. Most people with norovirus illness get better within 1 to 3 days. If you have norovirus illness, you can feel extremely ill, and vomit or have diarrhea many times a ...
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