I don’t really have a Bucket List, mainly because I haven’t done or been hardly anyplace and I want to see and do so much, a Bucket List isn’t necessary. I want to go hiking more, drink more wine, take more pictures and on and on and on. But there is one thing that is not something I want to experience ever again. Oh there are lots of things I don’t to experience, this is just one of them.
I had the distinct displeasure of getting to experience Salmonella Poisoning this week. Not only did I get to experience it one day, but I have gotten to experience for the last five days and after I finally figured out what this might be, I will get to live with this for probably another week or so. If I’m wrong in my self-diagnosis, I may be miserable for even longer. Yay. I’ve never had Salmonella so I’m not one hundred percent sure that this is Salmonella, I’m just guessing. Of course, if it’s not Salmonella, then I have a bigger problem, maybe. If I’m right I should recover within a week or so, if not then I guess it’s time to find a doctor. God knows I wouldn’t want to rush into anything.
I think I got Salmonella from eating bad eggs. Oh and I have been eating the eggs from the same carton of eggs for the last five days and so has Orso. I cook two egg whites every morning then cook the yolks and give them to Orso. So far he hasn’t experienced any discomfort, but then Mitch pointed out that he also eats dead things. It didn’t occur to me that eggs could be the problem until I went online and read up on Salmonella Poisoning. I kept going over everything I’ve eaten for the last five days, trying different things, like not taking a certain vitamin (even though I’ve been taking the same ones for years) or blaming not enough wine (can you get enough wine?) and the only common food I had eaten for the last five days is eggs.
Who knows, maybe it was just one of the eggs I ate or it could be the whole carton. I haven’t been playing with any lizards or snakes, so that’s out and I don’t hang out with chickens, making me think I’m pretty safe on my hypothesis. As far as food poisoning goes, from what I’ve read, Salmonella is not one of the worst and most people recover from it after about a week without any special treatment or medication. Lucky me, maybe only seven days to go.
8 thoughts on “Definitely not on my Bucket List”
You’re likely to forge a closer relationship with all the porcelain buses in your area.
Ugh – not fun. I probably shouldn’t have liked this post. That just seems wrong. Feel better! Perhaps wine and alcohol will help kill the germs (it’s a method I use when I feel sickness coming on).
You’re right alcohol kills germs.
I’ve not had the pleasure, myself. I do know not to eat Irish eggs unless they are cooked to death, but that’s likely due to the difference in what is or is not added to the laying hens’ diet. And my IBS.
Hubby got VERY sick in Prague 10 years ago – eggs, I’m sure. But since he also had hashbrowns and could identify them so clearly the second time around, he now has an aversion to hashbrowns.
Hope you don’t have to keep a bucket next to the bed. Having one there is probably one of my earliest childhood memories- something I’d prefer was not on my list!
Oh my both of you that sounds so bad. Luckily my problem is not that severe.
He was bad, I just don’t take chances 🙂 Glad to hear you aren’t too awful. It’s still no fun.
No it isn’t. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for himself and you.