Description: It’s probably norovirus, a common virus that is not related to the flu. Norovirus is the most common cause of foodborne diarrhea and vomiting. Norovirus causes inflammation of the stomach or intestines. This is called acute gastroenteritis. A person usually develops symptoms 12 to 48 hours after ...
Description: Norovirus is not related to flu. Flu is an infection of the respiratory system that causes fever, chills, aches, and pains.In fact, there’s no such thing as stomach flu, and it’s a term that ...
Description: Nov 17, 2017 · Norovirus symptoms last one to three days, and most people recover completely without treatment. However, for some people — especially infants, older adults and people with underlying disease — vomiting and diarrhea can be severely dehydrating and require medical attention.
Description: Norovirus is a common viral infection that causes a person to develop a rapid onset of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and occasionally stomach cramping (all symptoms of gastroenteritis).In addition, the person may feel tired, have muscle aches, a headache, and a low-grade fever (less than 101 F) with chills. The symptoms last about one to two days.
Description: Mar 05, 2019 · Symptoms of norovirus include profound fever, cramps and head and body aches, along with profound gastroenteritis, cramping, diarrhea and vomiting. Symptoms can …
Description: Norovirus is the type of virus that can compromise your intestines and stomach. The symptoms typically include stomach and digestive problems that can make your life miserable for a day or two.
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Description: Most Common Symptoms of Norovirus. By: Emily Lockhart on Sunday, May 27th View All On One Page (2 of 10) Tweet. Pin It. 2. Fever and Chills. A rather high fever, which can reach temperatures of over 38-degress Celsius and 100.4-degrees Fahrenheit, will often accompany Norovirus. You will experience waves of night sweats followed by cold chills.
Description: A person with norovirus is most infectious from when their symptoms start until 48 hours after all their symptoms have passed, although they may also be infectious for a short time before and after this. You can get norovirus more than once because the virus is always changing, so your body is unable to build up long-term resistance to it.
Description: Jan 09, 2019 · Norovirus causes inflammation throughout the digestive system including the intestines and the stomach. This can cause many different symptoms within your body. The symptoms can be serious for some groups of people including the very young and the elderly. Most people have had some type of experience with the norovirus.
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