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Remedy for food poisoning
My wife is vomiting continuously from morning , ans is very tired to get to the hospital . It looks like food poisoning as she was suffering from diarrhea as well in the morning . What should i give to her to get some energy so that she can come to a hospital .
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Give plenty of Water with sugar and salt. Lemon juice may or may not be added. Anything whose taste is good. Coconut water, fruit juices etc. It has to be given in small amounts but at increased frequency to avoid vomiting. If stll she is unabke to tolerate because of vomitings, take her to hospital as soon as possible in whatever state she is in.
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[ ] Loose motion can be due to bowel infection or some times drug induced.The most important aspect is to take plenty of oral liquids / ORS powder 2-3 teaspoon in one glass of Luke warm water for 3-4 times a day.Probiotics help a lot in this respect. There are certain anti secretory medicines and antibiotics used to combact intractable diarrhoea. Chronic diarrhoea happens mainly due irritable bowel syndrome which has a totally different line of management.Be on semisolid / liquid diet. Feel free to ask any further quary related to this
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