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If you have food poisoning the easiest place to report it is at Iwaspoisoned.com. The vast majority of public health agencies in the United States subscribe, as do health officials in many other countries. Our site is trusted by tens of thousands of people each year who have food poisoning and we have caught many outbreaks as a result. Also, if you want to check if there has been a food poisoning report in your city or at a restaurant where ate, you can search on Iwaspoisoned.com for your specific city or restaurants. You will see the most recent food poisoning complaints are available in the system and be able to report yourself.
If you need to get in touch with your state health agency, please visit this link. If you think you have food poisoning or an allergic reaction to food, call your doctor. If it’s an emergency, call 911.If you think you have food poisoning or an allergic reaction to food, call your doctor. If it’s an emergency, call 911.
What to do if you have food poisoning?
When you are trying to figure out what to do after food poisoning, according to the Mayo Clinic you should help keep yourself comfortable and prevent dehydration while you recover. In addition, try the following: Let your stomach settle. Stop eating and drinking for a few hours. Try sucking on ice chips or taking small sips of water. You might also try drinking clear soda, clear broth or non-caffeinated sports drinks, such as Gatorade. You're getting enough fluid when you're urinating normally and your urine is clear and not dark. Ease back into eating. Gradually begin to eat bland, low-fat, easy-to-digest foods, such as soda crackers, toast, gelatin, bananas and rice. Stop eating if your nausea returns. Avoid certain foods and substances until you're feeling better. These include dairy products, caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and fatty or highly seasoned foods. Rest. The illness and dehydration can weaken and tire you.
When you are trying to figure out what to do after food poisoning, according to the Mayo Clinic you should help keep yourself comfortable and prevent dehydration while you recover. In addition, try the following:
- Let your stomach settle. Stop eating and drinking for a few hours.
- Try sucking on ice chips or taking small sips of water. You might also try drinking clear soda, clear broth or non-caffeinated sports drinks, such as Gatorade. You're getting enough fluid when you're urinating normally and your urine is clear and not dark.
- Ease back into eating. Gradually begin to eat bland, low-fat, easy-to-digest foods, such as soda crackers, toast, gelatin, bananas and rice. Stop eating if your nausea returns.
- Avoid certain foods and substances until you're feeling better. These include dairy products, caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and fatty or highly seasoned foods.
- Rest. The illness and dehydration can weaken and tire you.
Hopefully you won't have to deal with food poisoning, but if it happens to you we are here to help you report your incident so you can help others from getting sick.
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Current Multistate Food Poisoning Outbreaks
When two or more people get the same illness from the same contaminated food or drink, the event is called a foodborne or food poisoning outbreak. Reporting illnesses to your local health department helps them identify potential outbreaks of foodborne disease. Public health officials investigate outbreaks to control them, so more people do not get sick in the outbreak, and to learn how to prevent similar outbreaks from happening in the future. Here is a list of current multistate foodborne illness outbreaks.
Recent Interesting Reports
May 11, 2021 8:00 PM
“Company name: Itsu (grocery)
Brand name: itsu (grocery)
Product recalled: Itsu vegetable fusion gyoza
FSA Recall date: 05/11/2021
Recall details: Itsu (grocery) is recalling itsu vegetable fusion gyoza because they contain crustaceans, fish, molluscs and egg which are not mentioned on the label.... This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to crustaceans, and/or fish, and/or molluscs and/or an allergy or intolerance to egg.
- Itsu vegetable fusion gyoza (300g). Best before 11 April 2022
If you have bought the above product and have an allergy to crustaceans, and/or fish, and/or molluscs and/or an allergy or intolerance to egg do not eat it. Instead, for a full refund, send a picture of the best before date on the packaging to email@example.com or write to itsu (grocery), 40 Broadway, Westminster London SW1H 0BU, then dispose of the product at home.
This product contains crustaceans, fish, molluscs and egg making it a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to crustaceans, and/or fish, and/or molluscs and/or an allergy or intolerance to egg.
Check the full recall details on food.gov.uk
Source: FSA ”
April 22, 2021 3:40 AM
“I ate the big box combo fries and slaw about 1 pm went to a doc appt.started feeling fatigue and nasea not exactly sure what it was the chicken?coldslaw?coleslaw? Later in the evening diareah started and more fatigue and chills and sweating till the next day 24 hrs ”
May 4, 2021 8:55 AM
“I had a vegetarian sandwich and a turkey sandwich at dinner time. The next day I woke up at 4:00 am with diarrhea and nauseous. I had to call in sick . I will never eat there again. ”
May 1, 2021 11:14 AM
“Myself and 2 small children were up vomiting and diarrhea all night after eating the side salad. It was the only thing we ate and my husband didn’t. ”
April 22, 2021 7:39 AM
“I had a gargantuan sub on 4/17 and ate half of it. I ate the other half on Mon. 4/19 (refrigerated) about 3-4 hours after eating the last half i felt horrible. It's now 4/22 and I'm still sick with the same symptoms. ”
April 28, 2021 10:02 PM
“I had the famous ocean bay pasta. I woke up a few hours later vomiting the food along with blood. Terrible stomach ache and diarrhea. It’s the next day and I still feel bad. ”
May 8, 2021 8:18 PM
“I had reservations there on 4/10/21 @ 7:00pm. We were a party of 4 of which 2, including myself, got sick. It was bad for 12-24hrs. We had other friends that went the weekend before and their entire party got sick.
We had the following, House Salad, Bread, Prime Rib (medium rare), Baked Potato, C... reamed Spinach, Strawberry Shortcake.
Very unfortunate because I’m now telling myself and others not to go there unless they want to get sick. ”
April 21, 2021 8:01 AM
“Me and my husband ate at this place around 10pm ..he was up snd down all night with indigestion heartbearn diarrhea puking..the last time woke me up ..not only did i have to clean up all the vomit..i have the sweats and very sick at my stomache. Its in knots and i feel weak. He had the quesalupa and... i had a number 1 ”
May 10, 2021 12:31 PM
“We at there on Mother's Day, 5/9. Out of the 6 people in our party, 3 of us came down with diarrhea, stomach cramping and some nausea. We believe it came from the prime rib that was cooked medium as that was the only common item the 3 people who got sick, ate. We ate around 6pm and symptoms started... around 2-4am for all of us. ”
May 11, 2021 7:42 PM
“The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) announced they are investigating multiple outbreaks of norovirus around the New Mexico State. Norovirus is a highly contagious disease often called the “stomach flu” with symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, and it is spread easily from person... to person.
NMDOH advises to prevent norovirus spread is frequent handwashing, highlighted that hand sanitizer does NOT work against norovirus. Also recommending precautions be taken, especially around the very young, the elderly, and those at any age with weakened immune systems because they are at risk for more serious illness due to norovirus infection.
If you develop nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach cramping stay home if possible and contact your healthcare provider before seeking medical care so as not to expose others to norovirus in the waiting room. Where possible, don’t go to work or school until 48 hours after symptoms have completely gone away.
If you do not have a medical provider or have other questions, you can contact the Department of Health through the Epidemiology and Response Division in Santa Fe at the 24/7 phone number: 505-827-0006.
Check the full announcement details on the NMDOH website: nmhealth.org
Source: NMDOH ”