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Increased body temperature, nausea after eating frozen yogurt. Took ibuprofen. What is the reason?

I ve just recently treated myself to a bowl of frozen yogurt and as I arrived home I noticed I was very tired. As I prepared to lie down I realized that my head and ears began to feel as though they were increasing in temperature. After 10 minutes or so I started to feel slightly nauseous and moved to a sitting position. After another 10 minutes, I took a single Ibuprofen tablet and have been browsing the web and taking small drinks of water for the past 20 minutes while looking through the internet for solutions. I d like to mention that I ve had a low-grade fever around 99.3-99.6 for the entire time.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Welcome to health care magic!

From your question it looks like you have developed some kind of food poisoning or allergic reaction to the frozen yogurt.
You are feeling nausea, and head and ears began to feel warm...Taking ibuprofen will not do much except decrease the reaction of your body to infection....but not cure it..

From my clinical experince I can say that if it possible, please vomit out, this will help in clearing your stomach of yogurt which is not absorbed and reduce the effect.

Had I been treating you I would start you on an antibiotic as you have started feeling feverish, this will curb the infection; along with that start paracetamol 500 mg for fever..An antacid with an antiemetic , like Omeprazole with domperidone will take care of nausea, gastritis.

It is not uncommon to get infection by eating frozen take care next time you do so...many times the temperature is not maintained adequately while storing them and food gets spoiled. However, donot worry, with treatment you will get completely well..

Hope the reply is useful
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Dr. Manisha Gopal
Answered: Fri, 22 Nov 2013
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