I absolutely do not. Thankfully have only had to call in for GI symptoms twice. First time was working my old job with a crummy manager (but awesome staff and shift supervisors who were very understanding of the fact that I was legitimately miserable) and she flipped out until I told her they were going to send me to the ED if the 6th IV poke wasn't successful and I wasn't about to risk giving our chemo patients with no immune system whatever I had (onc floor who got med/surg overflow & borderline ICU medical). Second time was at my current job, no issue. Probably because we knew the kid had noro, and despite being in contact isolation, every nurse who had taken care of him that week got sick with GI symptoms.
I don't know about where you guys work but I'd LOVE it if infection control at my hospital would change their policy for noro and make it contact/droplet. I mean most of the times when kids have it they're so miserable that their coughy, sneezey, and snotty too.
I can function through work with a migraine, a cold, bronchitis, severe pregnancy nausea/vomiting, but full blown GI bug symptoms out of both ends...not going to happen.