1. Nausea and vomiting
2. Abdominal cramping
3. diarrhoea
4. Fever
5. General malaise
6. Physical Examination:
7. Mild to moderate abdominal tenderness
8. Hyperactive bowel sounds
9. Signs of dehydration (e.g., dry mucous membranes, decreased skin turgor)

Diagnosis is clinical. Send stool sample to look for any bug.

Risk Factors:

i. Recent ingestion of contaminated food or water
ii. Close contact with individuals with similar symptoms

. Hydration: Oral rehydration solutions or IV fluids if necessary.
. Diet: Clear liquids and gradual reintroduction of solid foods as tolerated.
. Medications: Antiemetics for nausea and vomiting, antidiarrheal agents if needed (not always recommended), and antibiotics if a bacterial cause is confirmed.

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