Survivor of Germanya s E. coli outbre...

Survivor of Germanya s E. coli outbreak tells stories of pain, hospital chaos and confusion

There are 2 comments on the Penticton Herald story from Jun 5, 2011, titled Survivor of Germanya s E. coli outbreak tells stories of pain, hospital chaos and confusion. In it, Penticton Herald reports that:

In this Saturday, June 4, 2011 picture Nicoletta Pabst smiles during an interview with the Associated Press in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, June 4, 2011.

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seema

Ostiglia, Italy

#1 Jun 7, 2011
All E.coli Readers:

I would like to share my survivor from some bacteria or poisoning caused by eating beans and mushroom cooked at home. I purchased the Germany product from a mall in Italy. I suffered on severe pain in stomach, immidiate decrease in red blood cells called jaundice all happen in 10 hours and then hospitalised for 5 hours. After I suffered from upper stomach pain for atleast 15 days. Even right now I am not eating any raw veg but only pulses and wheat products.
Seema Bedi

Ostiglia, Italy

#2 Jun 7, 2011
All E.coli Readers:

I would like to share my survivor from some bacteria or poisoning caused by eating beans and mushroom cooked at home. I purchased the Germany product from a mall in Italy. I suffered on severe pain in stomach, immidiate decrease in red blood cells called jaundice all happen in 10 hours and then hospitalised for 5 hours. After I suffered from upper stomach pain for atleast 15 days. Even right now I am not eating any raw veg but only pulses and wheat products.
Drink plenty of water as I believe it saved me.
Thanks
Seema Bedi,Mantova, Italy

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