stomach virus


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'stomach virus'

A popular term for gastroenteritis of presumed viral origin often accompanied by diarrhea, fever, N&V, abdominal pain Etiology Enteroviruses, rotavirus, possibly astroviruses
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* Symptoms of a stomach virus include diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, fever, weight loss, joint aches, and muscle aches.
"My knee is coming along okay, but a stomach virus has left me unable to get ready in time to tackle the rigours of a grand slam.
"My knee is coming along OK but a stomach virus has left me unable to get ready in time to tackle the rigours of a grand slam.
"My knee is coming along but a stomach virus has left me unable to get ready in time to tackle a grand slam."
Her spokesman Philippe Reines said: "While suffering from a stomach virus, Secretary Clinton became dehydrated and fainted, sustaining a concussion.
"While suffering from a stomach virus, Secretary Clinton became dehydrated and fainted, sustaining a concussion," Clinton's Aide Philippe Reines said in a statement.
Meanwhile, six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy will resume training this week after being hospitalised for 24 hours last weekend with a severe stomach virus.
Media outlets reported that Clinton, who was scheduled to be in Marrakesh on Wednesday for the Friends of the Syrian People, will no longer be travelling due to a "stomach virus." According to reports, Deputy Secretary of State William Burns will instead be travelling to Morocco, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
"Because she has a stomach virus, our departure for Morocco has been moved from Monday to Tuesday.
Oakland schools were closed for the rest of the week on Thursday after an outbreak of a stomach virus, but it will not keep the Oakers out of the state football final.
Imanol Erviti (SPAIN) right leg Jose Ivan Gutierrez (SPAIN) right knee Maarten Wynants (BELGIUM) broken ribs, perforated lung Wouter Poels (NETHERLAND) broken ribs, injured spleen Retirements prior to Friday Marcel Kittle (GERMANY) stomach virus Jose Joaquin Rojas (SPAIN) shoulder Maarten Tjallingii (NEDERLAND) hip fracture
Charlie Adam's meteoric rise has continued in the early days of his Liverpool career and Darren Fletcher claims to be as fit as he has been for a year after recovering from a debilitating stomach virus.