I work in a Gastroenterology office. You should see a doctor. It could be something as simple as a virus or something more serious like an obstruction or bacterial infection.
eat more solids
An IV for rehydration can be used for several hours to several days, and is generally used if a patient is unable to keep down oral fluids due to excessive vomiting.
Move to a cooler environment, a shaded area or air conditioned room. Drink plenty of fluids like water or a sports drink. If you cant keep fluids down because of vomiting, go to the nearest emergency room for iv fluids. This can be very dangerous and can go straight to heat stroke fairly quick so dont hesitate to get emergency help soon if unable to keep fluids down.
Cold sweats, irritability, intense pain (physically and emotionally), vomiting, diarrhea, unable to sleep, unable to eat, dehydration, ect.
An IV is the process of injecting fluids directly into the veins of your body to provide you with fluid. It has nothing to do with drinking fluids, although one reason to get an IV would be if you are unable to drink or swallow.
Not in my experience. My father had his removed and my wife has issues with hers. In their cases it just caused ridiculous amounts of pain in the chest which felt like someone had run them through with a rusty pitch fork. Neither of them experienced any vomiting or stomach issues. It didn't mess with their plumbing at all. A gall bladder problem can definitely cause nausea and vomiting, especially if the gall bladder problem causes inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis). If you have nausea and projectile vomiting (unable to keep down even a teaspoon of water), you should seek immediate medical attention.
.Shock can be avoided by recognizing that a patient who is unable to drink in order to replace lost fluids needs to be given fluids intravenously. Other types of shock are only preventable insofar as one can prevent their underlying conditions.
If the patient is unable to take fluids orally, if IV infusions are unavailable, hydrating solutions may be administered rectally. This is certainly not the best treatment, but if no other method is available, it may be life saving.
Rabbits are unable to vomit - their stomach muscles are simply not able to do this. Therefore, your baby netherland dwarf is not vomiting. If you have noticed a vomit-like substance, perhaps it is suffering from diarroea? If this is the case, feed it less greens.
I wonder this all the time. I assume it was a plot-hole made by Stephenie Meyer.
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