Patients with life-threatening causes of vomiting should be admitted to the hospital, as should severely dehydrated patients with presumably self-limited causes of emesis. The patient in whom the diagnosis is unclear, but who the physician feels confident does not have a life-threatening cause of emesis, may be discharged safely, provided the patient tolerates fluids in the emergency department and that follow-up the next day, if vomiting continues, is ensured. A dehydrated patient who cannot tolerate oral intake should not be discharged.

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Cure Your Yeast Infection For Good

The term vaginitis is one that is applied to any inflammation or infection of the vagina, and there are many different conditions that are categorized together under this ‘broad’ heading, including bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis and non-infectious vaginitis.

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