My six year old came home from school 7 days ago with diarrhea but did NOT vomit.Then 5 days ago my 2,4 AND 11 year old along with my hubby came down with SEVERE vomiting and diarrhea.Yesterday the 6 year old got better after six days but he NEVER vomited .My 4 year old seemed better today then he just vomited a ton after not vomiting since the first 24 hrs.My 11 year old has not gotten any better at all.Hubby feels it restrengthening and 2 year old still has severe diarrhea.This is the worst stomach bug my hub has ever seen.He is 50.Seems strange the first infected never vomited and is better while all others are still NOT on upswing.I am 41 and have yet to show any symptons,
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