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Look -- the symptoms and also the delay in being on set.
I had Salmonella and -- when the Health Department call because it's a mandatory reporting your doctor immediately notifies Health Department.
When you get -- -- -- to report the case and then they call you interview and try to figure out where you got it from.
And I was telling -- late yesterday that they like not enough -- a couple of days sack and it isn't enough I was very surprised at how.
Long the incubation period was actually.
Right it could actually take up to 72 hours.
-- being patient -- can be up to 72 hours.
Com it's not like a staff.
Infection which is the normal food poisoning that most of us get.
Where you eat something in two hours later you're violently vomiting or have diarrhea.
This can take up to 72 hours and before you start noticing symptoms and in the -- will last about 47 days.
And the symptoms include abdominal cramps.
Diarrhea and -- -- -- And does decision so who thinks that they might have eaten meat from this company and their concern even if I'm not showing symptoms there anything they can do.
You have to just keep an eye on how you're feeling if you start noticing.
Try to get treatment as early as possible -- -- -- because you need to get on the antibiotics that seem to be right now sensitive to this to this strain of Salmonella.
But you get a -- -- and actions they need you need medical treatment this is.
Not that it's not a viral infection that needs to just run its course it needs to be treated with antibiotics.
He need to be very well hydrated and if you're not tolerating oral food oral liquids.
That you may need to be hospitalized for IV hydration for intravenous site your hydration so.
Can't keep an eye on -- starting to develop abdominal cramps diarrhea and fever.
Is a key component to this if you think you have Salmonella poisoning many -- contact your physician or for an emergency room.
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