Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
What is an Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea?
Vomiting (throwing up) and the diarrhea (watery solid discharges) are normal side effects of gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis is the aggravation and bothering of the stomach and digestive organs. Heaving and the runs can be unsafe, on the grounds that they can cause parchedness. Parchedness happens when you lose a lot of liquid. Small kids and the older can become dried out rapidly, yet lack of hydration can happen at whatever stage in life.
Causes & Treatment
signs of dehydration include:
- Not eating as well as usual.
- Weight loss.
- Dry mouth.
- No tears when crying.
- In babies who are younger than 18 months old, sunken soft spots on the top of their heads.
- Skin that isn’t as springy or elastic as usual.
- Little or lack of urine, or urine that is darker than usual.
- Urinating less frequently than usual (fewer than 6 wet diapers a day for infants and 8 hours or more without urinating for children).
- Thirst (babies may show thirst by crying, being irritable and eager to drink when something is offered).