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San Angelo, Texas, United States

Updated: September 4, 2022 6:18 PM
Yesterday, And today Feel weak and feeling really bad , today September 4, still sick, but not as bad | Symptoms: Nausea, Fever, Vomiting, Weakness, Diarrhea See Less
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My son did. He has Crohn's, though, so we assumed it was that. He kept telling me it was different, and we couldn't figure out what had triggered what we thought was his flare. He had had peanut butter at the time of his episode. It lasted... See More a couple of weeks. I asked him if he kept the peanut butter container and he said no. He checked the barcode and it matched. He pitched it. He quit eating the PB a over a week ago, and is mostly recovered now. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea See Less
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I believe this was the second instance in three months of this happening. I bought frozen food from the frozen food section and Walmart. The Michelina’s fettuccine Alfredo with chicken and broccoli (UPC 717854105019) was a cheap dinner option I believe under $2, so I decided to... See More get 3 of that flavor and others of similar pricing. I prepared the food by microwaving it for three minutes while venting, then stirring it and cooking it for an additional two minutes. After taking one to two bites I began to feel ill with a headache, stomach ache and a little bit of back pain around my kidneys. After around 20 minutes I felt nauseated, and did not finish eating or take any additional bites of food. I decided to just sip water and snack on some plain chips and crackers to try to settle my stomach. However, after approximately 45 minutes I ended up not eating anything having a raging headache and would ultimately go to the restroom to start vomiting. I started vomiting on and off for approximately 13 minutes before the nauseating feeling subsided. The rest of the evening I sips of water and had crackers and chips they were playing but I still finish the night with a headache and woke up the next morning with a headache as well. All other symptoms have subsided today 4/16/2022.
I believe this was the second answer of this happening, the other being within 2–3 months, however I did not identify what made me feel nauseating, have an upset stomach, and begin vomiting in the last instance. | Symptoms: Nausea, Vomiting, Headache
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The cereal made my kid vomit and had diahria for 3 days. I took her to the doctor and she was negative for flu strep and covid | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less
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Ordered maple chicken with cinnamon apples, mac n cheese, and a side salad for delivery. I ate around 9pm, experienced nausea around midnight, and woke up vomiting around 4am. While eating my meal I found it difficult to eat the chicken in particular but wasn't sure why,... See More so I stopped eating the chicken after a few bites. I did eat the rest of my food, which seemed fine. It was the only meal I had today, and the fact that I had trouble eating the chicken in particular makes me suspect the chicken was off. | Symptoms: Nausea, Vomiting See Less
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I ate the Marie Calendar’s Bell peppers and beed  Chills.  Stomach cramps and nauseous, vomiting, diarrhea I  | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Vomiting, Cramps, Chills, Nausea See Less
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I ordered a Fiesta Veggie Burrito and a few Cheesy Bean & Rice Burritos to have for lunch and dinner for the next day. 4 hours later I have been sick with nausea, stomach cramp, vomiting and diarrhea. I'm throwing away the rest of the food as... See More I don't want to take a chance on it.

01/28 Update: Was up all night still having nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. I will never eat from this location ever again. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Cramps
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I ordered a large Reuben and ate only half of it.. I started to get a headache and then severe nausea and diarrhea. It is about 18 hours later and the nausea and diarrhea has dissepated. I still have an outrageous headache | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Headache See Less
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anonymous2428
Generally food poisoning does not set in that quickly unless the food is actually rotten. You would have not even been able to eat the sandwich if the ingredients were rotten. Probably just a coincidence. I would look back and see what you ate the night before. What you ate the night before is more than likely the culprit. A group of 10 of us got Norovirus food poisoning from Henry’s original diner on Sherwood Way a few years ago. We were all fine until the next day. Onset is typically between 12 to 48 hours after exposure. The amount of Norovirus that fits on the head of a pin is enough to infect (100 particles) someone. People with Norovirus shed billions of particles in their stool and vomit and can easily infect others. The person can also be contagious from a few days up to two weeks or more. Norovirus spreads through feces by contaminated food and contaminated water. We all ordered different things so it was more than likely a food handler in the back who tried to come back to work too soon. It’s one of the risks everyone takes when they eat out. We eat mostly at home and we have never ever gone back to Henry’s and never will.
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Iwaspoisoned
2428: Onset of symptoms from contaminated food can be fast. It can be immediate if it is chemical contamination, and within 30 minutes for staph.
Reply 10 months ago
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