The most common symptoms of food poisoning include nausea, upset stomach, stomach cramps or abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever.
A combination of, or any of, these symptoms can be signs of food poisoning. The symptoms and severity of food poisoning vary, depending on which bacteria or virus caused it. Signs and symptoms can begin several hours after eating the contaminated food, but they can also have a latency period of a few days or even weeks later.
Recent Interesting Reports
“On the morning of Monday August 19th, 2008 I purchased a small breakfast if food (cooked green bananas, yellow yam, cooked dumplings with codfish, cabbage and calaloo). I refrigerated the breakfast with the intention of having it for dinner. Shortly after consuming about half of the food, I immediately felt... See More”
“The night of 8/25/2019 I placed an order on the app. When I went in to pick up the order, it was not complete. The manager was called and he claimed that I didn’t have enough money in my bank account. I was insulted and went through the drive through... See More”
“Myself and my two sons. It was about 4 hours after we are it and it almost start simultaneously. We are at the same time we started getting sick the same time. Only person that doesnt have symptoms is my wife who didnt eat their food. I've missed 2 days... See More”
“Me and a coworker got different different dishes for lunch and before I even finished mine I was having stomach cramps. I didnt think it was from the food so I finished my last few bites and within 20 minutes I had sweat pouring down my face and neck. I... See More”