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Under-cooked meat eaten. Have food poisoning. What can relieve pain?

I ate some undercooked chicken about four hours back, i and consumed most of it when i realised that it was still pink and raw in some sections. I have started passing loose bowels and experiencing stomach cramps and nausea . I think i may have food poisoning . As the meat was not cooked at home i don t know of its source or how contaminated it might have been. I need a quick relief and help because i have office early tomorrow morning and taking leave is out of the question i have some norflox TZ at home. Should i follow a course of that? Do i need something else for poisoning caused by meats? thanks. Paromita Patranobish
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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If this is food poison then the undigested food would be expel out till the whole bowel emptied and do not try to check the loose motion if you ever have, just watch for the hydration take bed rest this type of clinical condition is mostly self limiting and does not need any medicine unless manifest with fever, vomiting sever abdominal pain then would need treatments, take care and have nice day.
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