10 Signs of Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning Sign #2: Vomiting

Vomiting, puking, or emesis refers to the forceful and involuntary expulsion of stomach contents through the mouth and / or nose. It is a vague and non-specific symptom cause by various conditions such as gastritis, food poisoning, brain tumors, and more.

Vomiting may be preceded by nausea which is a uncomfortable sensation of wanting to vomit. Both nausea and vomiting can be managed using antiemetics such as promethazine, ondansetron, or metoclopramide. Severe vomiting can lead to dehydration that may require administration of intravenous fluids.

Signs Of Food Poisoning

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