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I went home from work early on Thursday, and went straight to bed! I haven't eaten anything since! :blink:

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Have you drunk anything? :blink:

Yes, should keep hydrated! Although it seems to come right out of my bottom! Never had one like this for years! :blink:

I'm starting to feel a bit more normal today!

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Yes, should keep hydrated! Although it seems to come right out of my bottom! Never had one like this for years! :blink:

I'm starting to feel a bit more normal today!

Did you visit a hospital at any point this week? Sounds like Norovirus. Just keep washing those hands well. And get well soon!

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Did you visit a hospital at any point this week? Sounds like Norovirus. Jeep washing those hands well. And get well soon!

I always thought you had a Toyota. :blink:

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Keep yourself warm Mr Pin, and no going back to work until you're 100%.

I don't know anybody down here who's had similar recently.

I think I'll be fine later today! It just came on so quickly! Still it gave me a little time to catch up with the Archers! :o

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I think I'll be fine later today! It just came on so quickly! Still it gave me a little time to catch up with the Archers! :o

The Archers might work as one of those counter-infections that defeat the first one.

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The Archers might work as one of those counter-infections that defeat the first one.

I used to follow the Archers, about 30 years ago! :blink:

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Do you live near flood areas?

I don't think it's Malaria! :blink:

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Do you live near flood areas?

Quite, he could have inhaled the miasma and gotten a case of cholera :ph34r:

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If it is norovirus, you're still highly infectious until 48 hours after you stop having symptoms. Most people go back to work as soon as the symptoms stop which is why it spreads like wildfire through workplaces.

Edit: It definitely comes on quickly, I once got it on a workday where I felt absolutely chipper at midday, slightly dodgy at 1pm, and at 2pm I was on all fours chundering into a drain on a suburban street round the corner from my house as I hadn't managed to make it home fast enough.

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If it is norovirus, you're still highly infectious until 48 hours after you stop having symptoms. Most people go back to work as soon as the symptoms stop which is why it spreads like wildfire through workplaces.

Edit: It definitely comes on quickly, I once got it on a workday where I felt absolutely chipper at midday, slightly dodgy at 1pm, and at 2pm I was on all fours chundering into a drain on a suburban street round the corner from my house as I hadn't managed to make it home fast enough.

That sounds like Wakes Week, at the Pin Foundry! I don't think it's novovirus! I didn't throw up! :blink:

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If it is norovirus, you're still highly infectious until 48 hours after you stop having symptoms. Most people go back to work as soon as the symptoms stop which is why it spreads like wildfire through workplaces.

Edit: It definitely comes on quickly, I once got it on a workday where I felt absolutely chipper at midday, slightly dodgy at 1pm, and at 2pm I was on all fours chundering into a drain on a suburban street round the corner from my house as I hadn't managed to make it home fast enough.

Lucky it was only chundering! Odd how that's so much less embarrassing.

Didn't know about the 48hr thing, if anybody gets it at work form having contact with Mr Pin then I will make sure HR know.

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I felt really ill last Saturday morning. Headache, burpy, nausea, Suspect it was the small glass of baileys I had the night before.

Only half a pint? :blink:

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Only half a pint? :blink:

LOL

Noooooooooo one of the small wine glasses - less than full!

Last night I had a glass and half of red wine and was fine this morning.

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I went home from work early on Thursday, and went straight to bed! I haven't eaten anything since! :blink:

....according to a thread on here lots go without eating for a couple of days...to flush the system out, not a bad thing as long as you keep drinking fluids, water with a pinch of salt.....then go on to consommé soup, honey and lemon in hot water with a crushed paracetamol will help......tomorrow you should feel like a new person and a few pounds lighter. ;)

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If it is norovirus, you're still highly infectious until 48 hours after you stop having symptoms. Most people go back to work as soon as the symptoms stop which is why it spreads like wildfire through workplaces.

Edit: It definitely comes on quickly, I once got it on a workday where I felt absolutely chipper at midday, slightly dodgy at 1pm, and at 2pm I was on all fours chundering into a drain on a suburban street round the corner from my house as I hadn't managed to make it home fast enough.

Yep, I've had it a couple of times and even though I was at home it still caught me unawares. I'd hate to be in the middle of a long train journey or something ...

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I suspect i might be immune. Wifes had two stomach bugs and my daughter. Ive never had it in my life despite standing next to them while they were sick etc?

Is there such a thing as immunity to this?

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I suspect i might be immune. Wifes had two stomach bugs and my daughter. Ive never had it in my life despite standing next to them while they were sick etc?

Is there such a thing as immunity to this?

Touch wood my stomach/ immune system must be of a very strong construction.....never had a day off sick in over eight years....can't remember when last needed a prescription...but never does not always mean never...keeping all fingers and toes crossed 'cause anything can happen, and inevitably does happen....such is life. ;)

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