Your food might not have been cooked properly, served past its expiry date or prepared by someone who didn’t follow food hygiene practices.See a Doctor About Your Food Poisoning
More serious symptoms include signs of dehydration (e.g. feeling disoriented, having trouble urinating), or if your vomiting is uncontrollable and you can’t keep anything down.Talk to a Doctor About Food Poisoning
In the vast majority of cases, food poisoning will go away on its own. To speed things along, get as much rest as you can, drink plenty of water and eat whenever you can.
It’s best if you avoid anything that might upset your stomach, such as alcohol, spices and high fat food, as this could make your symptoms even worse.
You should also avoid coming into contact with others and certainly shouldn’t prepare food for anyone until your food poisoning clears up.
If your symptoms become severe or don’t clear up after a few days, speak to one of our doctors as soon as possible.