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The Ninja Of The Influenza WorldThe stomach incarnation of influenza comes on like a freight train, and seems to emanate from absolutely nowhere. You’ll be feeling just fine, and then suddenly the gut-bug backhands you into aches, fevers, headaches, chills, and fluid loss from both ends. This is an extremely uncomfortable illness, but the good news is that commonly it only lasts 24 to 72 hours. That said, just as the common cold or traditional influenza leave phlegm residing in your lungs like squatting microbial indigents for several weeks, of stomach flu, expect your bowel movements to be cattywampus for as long as three weeks.
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How To Recognize Stomach BugWhen you get the common cold or flu, it is common to feel:
- Very slightly tired
- An itch or tickle at the back of your throat
- Lots of fluid
- Other foodstuffs designed to increase your body’s immune system strength
What’s going on at this stage is your immune system is waging a full-on war against the stomach flu, and collateral damage includes knocking you out of commission. Your body at this time needs all the energy reserves it can handle. So it’s going to make it such that you’re physically unfit to do much more than lie around until the bug has been knocked out of commission. Now, you may not necessarily expurgate out the back or front end. It’s possible that your body will be able to fight off the infection before it progresses so far. It’s more likely, though, that you’re going to get violently ill for a little while. A great way to recognize you’ve acquired stomach flu is cramps. Conventional influenza doesn’t commonly include any cramping or excessive wind.