Eat Food That Has Expired?
Hello, afternoon. I want to ask, this morning I ate instant noodles, and after the noodles were finished I just saw the packaging that had exp, the experience was already 2 months. After eating, my stomach hurt and chaps. Was it okay? after removing the chapter or is there another poisoning? Mercy.
Hello Anita Tanjung, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
The doctor will usually need clearer information about the complaints you are feeling, such as the location of abdominal pain, the frequency and consistency of bowel movements, whether the bowel movements are fluid or whether there is lenidr or blood, do you have other complaints such as nausea, vomiting, fever. Some possible causes of your complaint include:
Food poisoning Infection in the stomach and intestines (gastroenteritis) Heartburn / dyspepsia Inflammation of the appendix (appendicitis) Expired foods can contain bacteria, viruses, fungi, or poisons produced by these germs. Stomach pain can be caused by many causes , from innocuous causes such as heartburn or food poisoning to causes that can be life threatening and require quick action. Food poisoning is also generally harmless and not life threatening, the body will automatically help fight germs and remove toxins in our digestive tract.
If your complaint does not improve and is getting more painful, defecate liquid or diarrhea for more than 3 days, experience signs of dehydration (urinating becomes small, weak, defecate in color), lower right abdominal pain, high fever, unable to pass defecation and farting, or if there is loose or bleeding bowel movements, you should consult a specialist in internal medicine. Your doctor needs a physical examination, laboratory examination, examination of feces (feces) or radiological examination to find out the exact cause of the complaint you feel.
Some things you can do for your complaint are:
Rest and consume enough water You can also eat foods that are easily digested by the body such as porridge
Read the expired or expired date of a product before consuming it. Store food at the right temperature (like in the refrigerator) and avoid consuming food that is too long. Maintain cleanliness of food and yourself, wash your hands when preparing food and when eating. Avoid spicy and acidic foods, coffee, tea, soda, and alcohol Hopefully this information can be useful for you.