Symptoms include severe diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and chills. To prevent the spread of the virus, people should wash their hands more often. But what concerns doctors is the many cases of severe dehydration that results after this bug.
"If it's been about 2-3 days and your symptoms haven't improved, and your eyes are sticky, your mouth is dry, that's a pretty good indication that you're severely dehydrated and you should probably talk to or see your primary care physician," Dr. John Wycoff.
You should try to drink clear liquids like apple juice, white grape juice and of course water. If it's still intolerable, just try a few teaspoons at a time.
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