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What to do after eating bad shrimp?

Asked: Baja S Charters,Cabo San Lucas, Last Updated:

Follow these steps for someone with shellfish poisoning:

  1. Do not induce vomiting.
  2. Help the person stay well-hydrated. Encourage the person to drink frequent sips of clear fluids. IV fluids may be necessary if nausea and vomiting cannot be controlled.

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