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    Question How fast can you get food poisoning?

    I just ate a Subway sub (10 minutes ago) and I am sick to my stomach.
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    I know this one. Food poisoning takes affect over several hours to a day. If you feel sick immediately more than likely it is that something you ate just diagreed with you (indigestion). I ate crab legs at the Inner Harbor when I was pregnant and about 10 minutes later go sick. My sister-in-law who was with me is a doctor and I was all panicked about food poisoning etc.. She told me the sooner right after you eat that you are sick the more likely that it is just a form of indigestion.



    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernLouisianaGal View Post
    I just ate a Subway sub (10 minutes ago) and I am sick to my stomach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernLouisianaGal View Post
    I just ate a Subway sub (10 minutes ago) and I am sick to my stomach.
    Most "food poisening" is usually bacterial in nature and requires a little more time than that to work. My quess is something was in your stomach already that reacted with the presence of food. Unless the food was really BAD.

    You are Cajun right?

    I'm sure you are used to eating more than a bland diet. Food really isn't "kept hot" except on the spot and only as needed. It is a pretty low risk food as restaurants go unless it is contaminated with dirty hands. E Coli usually takes longer than 10 minutes to work.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_poisoning
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    **gag**

    My tummy is doing flip-flops.

    Where's daddy'sgirl and the puking emot when I need it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernLouisianaGal View Post
    **gag**

    My tummy is doing flip-flops.

    Where's daddy'sgirl and the puking emot when I need it.
    Here's one for you.



    I got food poisoning once. Within less than an hour I was curled up in a ball, my stomach felt like it was in knots. It was cramping worse than I've ever felt. I did not vomit but had the other problem.

    Sorry, I hope you feel better and soon.

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    Takes several hours to a day or two for food poisoning.

    However, it could be that your stomach simply doesn't want what you ate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernLouisianaGal View Post
    I just ate a Subway sub (10 minutes ago) and I am sick to my stomach.
    Next time tell them, "no scorpians".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernLouisianaGal View Post
    I just ate a Subway sub (10 minutes ago) and I am sick to my stomach.
    Any time I get an indigestion I do one thing.

    You ready?

    3 Mrs. Renfro Jalapeno peppers, 3 pickled Habanero peppers, 3 Thai chili peppers, and one clove of garlic.

    Cures it every time. Generally I'm cured by the 3rd jalapeno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chipoet'smanager View Post
    Here's one for you.



    I got food poisoning once. Within less than an hour I was curled up in a ball, my stomach felt like it was in knots. It was cramping worse than I've ever felt. I did not vomit but had the other problem.

    Sorry, I hope you feel better and soon.


    I just want to make sure you are not going to post a diarhea emoticon.

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    Maybe it wasn't cooked enough?

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