Homeopathy Medicine for Rutavirus
Before a vaccine was developed, most children in the United States had at least once contracted the virus by the age of 5 and is the most common cause of diarrhea in infants and children worldwide, causing over 215,000 deaths annually.
Dehydration is a serious complication of rotavirus and a major factor in child mortality in developing countries, despite the unpleasantness of rotavirus infections. Dehydration is a serious complication of rotavirus and can sometimes be severe enough to require intravenous fluids in the hospital.
The best way to avoid rotavirus infection is through vaccination, though good hygiene practices like routine hand washing are also important.
Normally, two days after rotavirus exposure, an infection develops.
Initial symptoms are ;
- fever and vomiting,
- followed by watery diarrhea that lasts for three to eight days.
- Additionally, the infection may result in stomach pain.
Adults who are otherwise healthy may experience no symptoms at all, or only mild ones, as a result of a rotavirus infection.
The virus is easily transmitted through hand-to-mouth contact during this entire period, even if the infected person doesn’t have symptoms. Rotavirus is present in an infected person’s stool for up to 10 days after symptoms subside and for several days before symptoms appear.
The virus can spread to anything you touch, including food, toys, and utensils, if you or your child has rotavirus and you don’t wash your hands after changing your child’s diaper or helping your child use the toilet.
Even if you’ve been immunized, it is possible to contract rotavirus more than once; however, repeat infections usually have milder symptoms.
Dehydration, regardless of its underlying cause, can become life-threatening if left untreated, especially in young children who are already prone to severe diarrhea.
1. Arsenic AlbumVery helpful for vomiting and diarrhea that occur frequently after eating and drinking. Helpful when a fever is present and the symptom is accompanied by vomiting or diarrhea that occurs immediately after ingesting food or water.
Useful medications for rotavirus infections where diarrhea is accompanied by severe exhaustion, excessive flatulence, and diarrhea; useful for children who occasionally feel exhausted, weak, and even drowsy; and diarrhea accompanied by excessive flatulence.
4. Veratrum Album:
Useful for dehydration caused by excessive fluid loss, which manifests as watery and forcibly evacuated stools, abdominal pain that is preceded by stools, copious vomiting, and a cold, sweaty body. Also helpful for low blood pressure and cold breath.