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My girlfriend has a high fever but feels cold in herself,

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My girlfriend has a high fever but feels cold in herself, and has been vomiting all day even though there is nothing inside her. She has said her sick is liquid but kinda frothy, what could this be please because I am getting a bit worried
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Gehring replied 10 months ago.

Hi there,

Your girlfried seems to have caught a viral or bacterial infection, which explains all the symptoms. When the own body is hot (fever) the surrounding feels cold, thereforde she is freeezing. She should have medication against vomiting and amply peppermint tea in little sips. She may put in a lot of sugar in her tea but please fo not try to eat anything until she is better.

She should be better tomorrow and nearly healthy within three days. If not or if she is getting worse she should see a doctor.

I wish her the very best!

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Doesn't she need something in her stomach because she is heaving all the time and there is nothing to bring up?
Expert:  Dr. Gehring replied 10 months ago.

That is what I meant with "medication against vomiting": Dimenhydrinate can help.

Expert:  Dr. Gehring replied 10 months ago.

You've read my last answer but didn't rate positively yet. Is anything not quite clear?

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