How To Handle Food Poisoning After Eating Chicken Meat?
mother and my 7 year old sister food poisoning after eating chicken meat I have given bear milk and medicine from the midwife what should I do next
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Basically, bear milk is ordinary cow's milk which undergoes a sterilization process to eliminate microorganisms that cause disease in milk. Feeding bear milk will not help reduce symptoms or cure food poisoning, and it is not recommended for therapeutic purposes.
You should first explain what symptoms are experienced by your mother and sister in detail, including how long these symptoms appear after eating certain foods. Food poisoning is a disease caused by consumption of contaminated food or drinks. The cause of food poisoning can be viruses, bacteria, parasites, or toxins produced by bacteria in these foods / drinks.
Symptoms of food poisoning will usually appear several hours after consumption of contaminated food / drink. Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, fever. In most people, the symptoms of food poisoning are generally mild and can heal and improve on their own within a few days without any treatment. But if diarrhea and vomiting do not improve after 3 days, there is blood in the stool or vomiting, vomiting is so severe that it cannot eat or drink at all, there are symptoms of dehydration (body weakness, dizziness, fainting, concentrated urine and the amount is reduced, thirsty excessive, etc.), fever is very high, you should immediately take your mother and sister to the doctor for further evaluation and management.
Pay attention to what medicines are given by midwives, if the drugs given are hard drugs class (drugs with a red circle label) you should not give these drugs to your mother and sister. Drugs from hard drugs can only be given if it has been examined by a doctor and may only be purchased using a prescription from a doctor. Midwives may not prescribe drugs or advise the use of hard drugs to their patients.
If your mother and sister have diarrhea many times, advise your mother and sister to drink more fluids. It is best to drink liquids containing electrolytes such as ORS, over-the-counter electrolyte drinks, coconut water, soup broth, etc. If your mother or younger sister has a fever, medication such as paracetamol can be given to help reduce the fever. Be sure to only provide food and drinks that are guaranteed clean.
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