Viral gastroenteritis

An inflammation of the lining of your digestive tract is known as viral gastroenteritis. Adenovirus, norovirus, and rotavirus are some of its potential causes. Rotavirus vaccinations are available for infants. Vomiting, diarrhoea, and nausea are signs of viral gastroenteritis. Although gastroenteritis is frequently referred to as "the stomach flu," it is not the same as influenza. Only your respiratory system, including your nose, throat, and lungs, is impacted by the flu (influenza). In contrast, gastroenteritis affects your intestines.

Resulting in indicators and symptoms like:

Diarrhea that is often watery and not bloody; if it is, you likely have a different, more serious infection

Low-grade fever; nausea and vomiting; discomfort and cramping in the stomach; sporadic headaches or muscle aches.

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