I had an order of Nachos with hamburger on it about 6:30 PM. About 1:30 AM that evening I woke up nauseated and threw up. I threw up all night. In the morning I seemed better. The following evening the nausea and vomiting returned. Then I fell better the next day and the nausea and vomiting/wrenching returned. Super Bowl Sunday night I was wrenching and had nothing to throw up. I had tried to hydrate myself but I felt terrible and every muscle in my body ached. I went to the emergency room at Trinity Regional. They did a blood test, tested me for influenza which was negative, and started an IV, giving me 3 liters of fluid In 2 hours. I then felt much better. I left with prescriptions for anti nausea and instructions. I was wrung out but improved over the next few days. I called them and spoke to the manager. I was told he would report it to Continental insurance and someone would be contacting me. No one has contacted me. This is the first time I have ever had food poisoning. At 74 it was really hard on me. With heart disease and kidney disease, all the wretching and dehydration could have manifested more severe problems for me. Im not happy that they did not check back with me.