It depends on the type of virus you were exposed to, but typically it takes 12 to 72 hours, or up to 3 days, before you start feeling sick.
stomach aches, bloating
It will vary by individual and by circumstances. The "exposed" individual may immediately react by throwing up, or it may come on later.
diahorea and loss of appetite
There are actually few to none known symptoms of having a h pylori infection. This does lead to stomach cancer if one has it but there are no symptoms that one would have to realize this until one may develop the stomach cancer.
Symptoms of a cramping stomach and vomiting when having a bowel movement should be addressed by a physician. This may be a stomach virus or it may have a more serious meaning and should be evaluated.
It can be years before any symptoms appear.
You will need to note any other symptoms you are having because there are numerous things that can cause pain in the stomach. It will be easier to nail down what might be causing it if you list some other symptoms.
I have bad stomach cramps and bad diarrhea is that normal?
A pain in the chest and having foul liquid coming into ones throat are symptoms. Also, having a stomach pain and hiccups can also be signs of heartburn. Spicy foods can cause this as well.
There are many possible diseases with these symptoms. I'd recommend seeing a doctor and having tests run to find out what exactly is the problem.
Depending on the circumstances, yes it is likely that you can pass gonorrhea 4 - 6 days before symptoms show.
There are many symptoms of having gallstones. The most common is stomach pain. However one should see a doctor for a proper diagnosis and recommendations for treatment.
It is always possible to recover from illness and then get worse again; this is technically known as having a relapse.
It is probably normal if you are not having any other symptoms. If you are having stomach problems is can be a sign of gall bladder or pancreatic problems.
Yes, you can be immune to chickenpox after being exposed to the disease (sometimes without even having symptoms) or through varicella vaccine.
You may think you are having early pregnancy symptoms but there is no way to verify before your period is due, do to insufficient hCG levels.
The symptoms you described can be symptoms of pregnancy but also symptoms of a stomach bug. Perform a pregnancy test if your period doesn't arrive.
No, symptoms would be having no period or vomiting often (careful not to be mistaken with stomach illness).
You can be 'exposed' to herpes at anytime throughout your life, and you may or may not contract it. If you test positive to herpes, irrelevant of whether you have symptoms or not, you have herpes. Some people do refer to themselves as being 'carriers' because they do not experience recurring symptoms, however, they do still in fact have herpes.Being exposed to herpes doesn't mean you've contracted it. Having herpes means you're infected...being exposed to it means you have been in contact with someone who has herpes but haven't been infected.
Yes it can be.Yes. They may not have noticable symptoms but like a flu, you can pass it to several people before symptoms begin to manifest.
Yes. One can be HIV+ for many years before having any AIDS symptoms.
According to www.asbestos.com people start having symptoms 15-50 years after being exposed. Some symptoms are fatigue, shortness of breath, coughing and reduced respiratory function. The best thing to do about it is to go to your doctor and get checked out. Tell your doctor about the symptoms and your asbestos exposure.
Usually you get PMS symptoms about a week before your period is due to start.
Usually, bladder infections symptoms include having to go a lot, but when you try, not much comes out. Bladder infections sometimes has stomach pain, tiredness, and pain when going to the bathroom.
If you are talking about the "stomach flu" symptoms, then a laxative like that one could give you similar symptoms of stomach cramps and diarrhea that the stomach flu ("Norwalk Flu") causes. However, it should not be causing respiratory symptoms of influenza like the seasonal flu or swine flu cause unless you are having an unusual or allergic reaction to it. If you have any trouble breathing after taking a new medication, you should seek immediate medical attention to be sure you are not having a severe allergic reaction that could be life-threatening.