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Is there a cure for pesticide food poisoning?

Pesticide food poisoning can usually be cured with time as the body flushes out the pesticide. In severe cases, your doctor may have you take a medication that causes you to vomit in order to purge your body of the pesticides. Rarely, pesticide food poisoning can cause damage to your organs and bodily systems. In this case, your doctor may recommend other medications and treatments.

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