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Stomach discomfort, dull pain, ate sweet smelling chicken from the fridge. Food poisoning?

ive just ate chicken from the fridge, i chopped the fillet and fried it so it was well cooked, then added chopped tomatoes , seasoning and cheese .. i noticed a little bit of a smell on the chicken before cooking it , but it wasnt really a strong smell, it was sort of a sweet smell !! its been a little over 3 hrs and i am feeling discomfort in my stomach and it is starting to pain me .. what could this be ? food poisoning !!
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Thanks for writing to hcm.
Refrigerated meat products when reheated or cooked or when decomposed can result in food poisoning. You might suffer from it.
You can try antacids, anti spasmodics to control initial symptoms. However if it gets worse , get a doc to examine you for further treatment.
RegardsDr Arun
Answered: Tue, 3 Sep 2013
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