Later, the members of Kalabaw are discussing how cold it is and Dana doesn't look great. The others comments on it. Dana interviews that she's dizzy, nauseous and has a sharp pain in her stomach. She rushes out of the shelter, yelling at people to get out of the way, and I guess she's throwing up? She's kind of hiding behind some rocks, thankfully, and then she starts sobbing. She interviews that she's tough at home, but her body won't let her be tough here. Penner interviews that he's having a tough time and he's "a big fat guy," and Dana is a tiny little thing so her body is shutting down. Dana returns to the shelter and hunches over in pain. Penner tells her to get under a blanket and take off her wet clothes and they'll warm her up. Dana is only able to grunt in response to any questions and she ends up huddling in Penner's lap under the blankets. Dawson feels her head and says that she's burning up. Look, if you've ever been in any kind of pain or had a severe illness you know how awful it is, but hopefully you had the comforts of your own bed or at least had loved ones around or, at the very least, you weren't sitting outdoors in the cold rain. I can't imagine how terrible Dana feels and she's in the worst possible circumstances; I really feel for her.
A boat pulls up on the beach and Probst hops out and asks for an update. Dana is completely under a blanket in a tiny heap, so Probst immediately realizes she needs medical attention. Dawson weirdly interviews that she was so excited that Probst was in their camp and she wanted to jump up and down and jump on him but it wasn't the time. This seemed out of place but will be important later.
The medic examines Dana and tells Probst that Dana has tenderness on her right side and it could be because her "tummy" (is that the medical term? Is he a pediatrician?) is irritated or it could be an infection. Dana says that the pain feels like a knife in her guts and it comes and goes. When Probst asks, the medic says that, medically, he would be comfortable letting Dana stay for at least another twelve hours if she promises to push fluids and then they can reassess. That doesn't take into consideration the amount of pain that she's in, though. Probst tells Dana that medical will only pull someone from the game if his or her life is in danger and that isn't the case with Dana. That means that Dana has to decide if she wants to stay or not.