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Dr. Ashok Gaur
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Dr. Shailesh Dasari – Thank you madam.
Dr. Shailesh Dasari –Both gastroenteritis and food poisoning are the same. Gastroenteritis is a very common condition that causes diarrhea and vomiting. This is usually caused by a bacterial or viral stomach bug.
Dr. Shailesh Dasari – It is caused by a virus. Like rotavirus, norovirus, or adenovirus. Just a few days ago, we saw that some people experienced stomach issues in coronavirus because that too was a viral infection.
We often eat out where there are a lot of germs, which leads to infection.
If you are eating street food, then keep in mind that the one who is cooking your food may not have washed his hands. We often used to hear in our childhood that we should not eat outside food because those people do not wash their hands.
Dr. Shailesh Dasari – Yes, it is more common in children because their immunity is slightly lower. Its symptoms are loose motion, fever, abdominal pain and colic, vomiting, and feeling weak because the food is not digested properly and all of it passes out below the intestine. Due to this weakness occurs.
Dr. Shailesh Dasari – Mostly children get it, but elders can also get it, and immunity decreases with it. As some people take medicines such as steroids, etc., they are more prone to gastroenteritis.
Dr. Shailesh Dasari – If there is a lot of fat loss in children’s bodies, then dehydration also happens. The child may remain in critical condition until we rehydrate his body. So it is better that we rehydrate, and there is not much that an antibiotic can do. By showing the doctor, it is known whether there is an infection or not, and then there is a need to give antibiotics.
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