Diarrhea and vomiting of the route virus that shows itself infectious that draws attention to Exp. Dr. Fatma Kural Aydın; 'Diarrhea factors; food, toilets and public transport. Food-borne diarrhea is known as food poisoning. Food poisoning is caused by bacteria or substances called toxins produced by bacteria. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and watery diarrhea begin within 6 hours of ingestion of suspected food. However, diarrhea due to more common childhood viruses, such as neurovirus, adenovirus and rotavirus, may also occur in adults. Therefore, if you have diarrhea, you should not use medication without consulting a doctor and have these viruses checked in the stool. Viral diarrhea is responsible for 30-40% of acute diarrhea. Nausea, vomiting and watery diarrhea occur 24-36 hours after infection. In fact, Rotavirus, which is a diarrhea agent in children, has recently become more common in adults. Rotavirus diarrhea causes excessive fluid loss in the patient. Diarrhea spontaneously resolves in 4-7 days. Antibiotics are not used in the treatment, fluid support and diarrhea medications are given as supportive treatment in cases of fluid loss. found in the description.