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9,787 Possible Causes for Camping, Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD), Vomiting

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  • Insect Bite

    There may be nausea, vomiting, severe headache, and loss of appetite, pain in the abdomen, muscle aches and diarrhoea.[] Avoid Heavily Wooded Areas If you go into heavy brush, or try your hand at backcountry camping, you are putting yourself at a far greater risk of picking up ticks, disturbing[] Call a doctor if: You have a fever, severe headache, muscle and joint pain, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain or a red, blotchy rash that starts on your ankles and wrists[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Giardiasis

    Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, and vomiting. In chronic giardiasis the symptoms are recurrent and malabsorption and debilitation may occur.[] […] of giardiasis in temporary camps after the disaster.[] Side-effects including bitter taste, headache, vomiting and dizziness were significantly higher in the MTZ group. Abdominal pain was significantly higher in ABZ group.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Relapsing Fever

    Symptoms of relapsing fever include: Bleeding Coma Headache Joint aches, muscle aches Nausea and vomiting Sagging on one side of the face (facial droop) Stiff neck Sudden[] The camp was instructed to close immediately, and the health department, in collaboration with local university experts, investigated to identify additional cases, determine[] Findings on physical examination are variable; abdominal pain, vomiting, and altered sensorium are the most common symptoms.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Ehrlichiosis

    A 42-year-old white man had headache, fever, chills, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, night sweats, and dark urine for 3 days before admission; he had history of a tick[] During camping trips, insect repellants must liberally be used to fend off the Lone star tick from latching on.[] Signs and symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, jaundice, and hepatosplenomegaly.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Norwalk Virus Infection

    In all four studies, vomiting was common with 40–100% of infected subjects vomiting at least once. However, only 45% of subjects with vomiting also had diarrhea.[] Norovirus infections have been linked to outbreaks of vomiting and/or diarrhea in institutions such as child-care centres, long-term care facilities, camps and schools.[] This infections were most frequently in communities, nurseries, schools, cruise ships, camps, hostels, restaurants and other places where groups can gather.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Rocky Mountain spotted fever can present with predominantly abdominal symptoms including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.[] […] activated by cAMP (Epac) ( 15 ).[] Two weeks after the second dog died, the owner was examined because of severe headache, fever, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, lethargy, and a fine rash on the body,[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Colorado Tick Fever

    The clinical presentation is non-specific with fever, malaise, myalgias, arthralgias, lassitude, fatigue, sore throat, nausea, or vomiting.[] Living in or visiting these areas from April to September, especially if hiking or camping.[] Other symptoms include: Feeling weak all over and muscle aches Headache behind the eyes Lethargy (sleepiness) or confusion Nausea and vomiting Rash (may be light colored)[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Typhus

    Typical gastrointestinal manifestations in patients with scrub typhus include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, hematemesis, melena, and diarrhea.[] Laboratory and epidemiologic investigations of humans and animals associated with the camp were conducted to identify additional sylvatic typhus cases at the camp, risk factors[] Associated clinical features like pain abdomen, vomiting, and features of third space losses made us suspect a co-infection.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Tick-Borne Encephalitis

    For example: Meningitis: high fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, photophobia, vertigo.[] The risk is highest when hiking or camping in forested areas up to an altitude of about 1500 m.[] Most human infections are contracted during outdoor leisure pursuits such as forestry working, camping, rambling and mountain biking, during tick season (spring to early autumn[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Although the affected children habitually have vomiting, recommendations do not focus on the correction of this symptom.[] […] considered a major illness within the military settings being caused by foodborne enteric pathogens that are particularly easily spread in the crowded conditions of military camps[] ., cAMP, cGMP, and calcium) ( 31,32 ).[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)

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