Ugh, what could be worse than a stomach bug or stomach virus? We've all been
there. The vomiting, the diarrhea, the stomach cramps and more. Here are 13 ...
Jan 17, 2015 ... You can be contagious from a few days up to two weeks or more, depending on
which virus is causing your stomach flu (gastroenteritis).
Sep 26, 2016 ... Incubation periods and length the signs and symptoms of the stomach flu last
depends upon the virus, bacteria, or fungus that is responsible for ...
Nov 14, 2016 ... Norovirus Is the Most Common Cause of Gastroenteritis in the U.S. ... People with
norovirus illness are contagious from the moment they begin ...
The stomach bug is extremely contagious. It spreads easily and quickly. These
viruses are transmitted through what is known as the fecal-oral route (YUCK!), ...
Sep 6, 2011 ... The average incubation period for norovirus-associated gastroenteritis is 12 to 48
hours, with a median period of approximately 33 hours.
However, the incubation period can vary from person to person even when
dealing with the same virus. In a recent bout of the stomach flu (viral
Incubation Period, Diagnosis/Symptoms and Immunity. • After initial (first)
exposure, a person will usually get the stomach flu within 12-48 hours. • The
Do you know the incubation period for stomach flu? When it is contagious? How
to treat it? Know the answers and take action to prevent it from taking a nasty ...