The different stomach virus flu symptom with flu virus symptom in toddlers :
Stomach flu symptom in toddlers: Viral gastroenteritis or stomach virus, is a highly contagious virus that affects millions babies, toddlers, and adults. Common symptoms of stomach flu include severe stomach pain, diarrhea, and vomiting. It usually isn’t a serious illness, but can be if dehydration occurs and is severe enough. Abdominal pain or cramping can also occur. A fever may also be present when a toddler has a stomach virus. Signs and symptoms of a stomach virus may not occur for one or two days after infection with the virus. Once symptoms start, they may last one to 10 days depending on the type and severity of the virus.
Antibiotics are ineffective against viruses. Treatment involves keeping toddlers well-hydrated by offering liquids such as water, ice chips, ice pops, juice or electrolyte drinks. Dairy products should be avoided to prevent further stomach upset. Medications such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen can be given to relieve fevers. Use of medications to relieve diarrhea should be avoided in children, so as not to prevent the expulsion of viral organisms from the body.
Flu Symptoms in toddlers : toddlers also show very similar signs of getting the flu. A very high temperature along with the chills and a muscle ache will usually mean that your child is falling ill and has a respiratory infection. This is accompanied by a dry cough, a headache, a sore throat or the child may just feel ill and weak all the time. Infants and toddlers usually also show similar signs. Diarrhea, vomiting or bad abdominal pain are also often experienced. However, some young children who show these symptoms could also be going in for pneumonia or bronchitis so it is necessary to get them to a doctor immediately. Those under the age of 6 months don’t often fall prey to this illness but if they show any lethargy or problem with their feeding patterns then you should get them checked. A flu vaccination is also offered to all children, whether they have a history of falling ill or not. You should ideally talk to your doctor and find out how to prepare your family for this season and what precautions should be taken so that everyone stays healthy and any illness can be treated as soon as possible.