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What are the symptoms of pesticide food poisoning?

The symptoms of pesticide food poisoning can include fever, stomach ache, vomiting, fatigue, and diarrhea that may contain blood. In many cases, symptoms disappear on their own within a few days, but in rare cases the illness can worsen. Severe cases of the illness can include further weakening of the immune system and damage to major organs, including the kidneys and liver. If the more serious symptoms persist and the individual goes into shock, death can occur.

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