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Hi If you have had food poisoning, what was it as this would help to narrow research on it.Thanks
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Hi Go get yourself some Acidophilus capsules, these will put back the good bugs for you, what you have left just keep in your fridge there ok for a...
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Try to avoid fatty food and have him eat something that is light on the stomach like toast ,fruit & vegstables , juice ,Eggs , salad, soup...
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I don't know which it is but I can tell you that it is ill-advised to take pepto if you are pregnant.
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Hi You need to think of what you was eating the day before this all started, if it was food from a take away or restaurant, if any of these you must...
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Sorry to hear you went through that. It sounds awful!This definitely could have been a case of food poisoning. Many packaged meats (including those...
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Yes, bloody diarrhea is concerning and should be evaluated immediately by a doctor.  Bloody diarrhea due to  E coli...
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Prevention of food borne illness begins at home with good food preparation technique. Foods should be cooked thoroughly. This especially applies to...
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Food poisoning most commonly causes: abdominal cramps vomiting diarrhea This can cause significant amounts of fluid loss and with nausea and...
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Food poisoning might be described as a food borne disease. Food that contains a toxin, chemical or infectious agent (like a bacterium, virus...
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You can get food poisoning after eating food contaminated by viral, bacterial, or chemical agents. Food poisoning causes mild to severe, acute...
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Many bacteria can cause food poisoning. People who are ill or infected can transmit staphylococcus bacteria to food they are preparing. People who...
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Healthy people rarely contract listeriosis. Those most at risk for developing serious infections include people with weakened immune systems, such as...
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There currently are no reports of these two medications interacting together. Consult your pharmacist to make sure there are no new updates...
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'Food poisoning is a non-medical term," says Jay Solnick, MD, professor of medicine and an infectious disease specialist at the University of...
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