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15 days ago, I had watery stools and vomiting with 101F fever. I went home, took  for 5 days metrogyl and ciprobid. After 2 days of stopping these, Again same vomiting and 100F fever. CBC and widal revealed nothing. Took 7 days oflomac oz. Felt better, came to Delhi again after 3 days, I have a mild fever n no appetite
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Seems mild infection is persisting post food poisoning event ( I suspect). We have very effective remedy in homeopathy which will treat you within 2-3days( my experience ). If you are near Dwarka, you can visit after taking appointment via practo. Else you can have telephonic prescription also.
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helloo.. looks like you have viral fever... get your dengue profile and typhoid done once... keep yourself hydrated.. I know you must have lost your Appetite but try to have food what ever you like otherwise weakness will be a prob..the viral fever course is lengthier than other fever...you need ample rest also...
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