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How do medications treat pesticide food poisoning?

Except in severe cases, doctors do not usually prescribe medication for pesticide food poisoning. When they do prescribe a medication, they will usually recommend one that induces vomiting in order to purge the body of the pesticide. Rarely, pesticide food poisoning can cause damage to the organs and bodily systems in which case your doctor may prescribe other medications.

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