Gastroenteritis is a prevalent inflammatory disease of the stomach and intestines. Vomiting, diarrhoea, colic, weakness, and sometimes the temperature are his basic and familiar to many symptoms.
There are a lot of causes of gastroenteritis:
Gastroenteritis can also be one of the symptoms of certain diseases. The causative agents of infectious and parasitic diseases are allocated to the external environment together with faeces, often in huge quantities. That is why the epidemic of intestinal infections spread so quickly and took a considerable number of lives. They enter the human body with contaminated food and water.
Therefore, non-observance of elementary rules of personal hygiene and visits to public catering establishments that violate sanitary norms significantly increases the chances of encountering gastroenteritis.
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Symptoms of gastroenteritis vary depending on the cause of the disease. Infectious gastroenteritis usually appears suddenly. Vomiting, diarrhoea with or without blood and mucus, intestinal colic, fatigue, and fever (moderate or high) are classic signs of intestinal infections. Muscle pain and prostration can also accompany the disease.
Parasitic gastroenteritis usually causes chronic diarrhoea, in most cases without blood, except for amoebic dysentery. Fatigue and weight loss happen in instances when diarrhoea is severe.
Digestive disorders mainly accompany non-infectious gastroenteritis. Their effects can be minor (mild faeces, flatulence) or severe (severe diarrhoea, colic, weakness, weight loss, deterioration in general condition).
Children, older adults and patients with an impaired immune system are the most vulnerable to these illnesses. As a result of severe vomiting, they can develop severe and life-threatening dehydration, along with many other serious complications. Moderate dehydration symptoms include dry mouth, uneventful urination, and constant fatigue. Such a case can be adjusted without hospitalization, using a sufficient amount of fluid. Those with alarming signs of severe dehydration (cold extremities, drowsiness, almost nonexistent urination, frequent and shallow breathing) require urgent medical attention.
Colonic irrigation allows you to maintain the intestines healthily and prevent the development of serious pathologies.
Parasitic gastroenteritis usually causes chronic diarrhoea, in most cases without blood. Fatigue and weight loss happen in instances when diarrhoea is severe.
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