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Old 06-06-08, 02:52 PM
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I had been sick for four days with vomitting and diarrhea really bad, and yesterday when I woke up I was really weak and feeling horrible. I called the doctor and the doc covering for my doc told me to go to the hospital. He admitted me overnight and put me on IV fluids and something for the nausea and kept me over night to get me rehydrated. I got home about an hour ago and am feeling much much better.
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Old 06-06-08, 03:00 PM
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Wow how scary!! I am glad you are feeling better!
 
Good job on that doc being so proactive!
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Have you been eating any tomatoes? Sounds like Salmonella?
I know all of our grocery store restaurants and fast food places took all the tomatoes off the shelfs until they get it figured out?
Here is a link to an article about it. Though they are focusing mainly on Texas and new Mexico there have been a few other states with people getting ill from tomatoes!!!
Hope you get better soon!!
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There are bad stomach flu's going around right now. We have admitted a ton this week.
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Old 06-07-08, 12:35 PM
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Yes I had ate a tomato the night before i got sick I had a huge salad, there are no stores selling tomatoes right now. I didnt know anything about the tomatoes though till after i had already at some. So I am thinking that yes that is what it was. I was so horribly sick it was terrible. We dont have cable TV so all we do is watch movies all day. So I had no clue that there had been a problem with the tomatoes.
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