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Left out chicken
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Lxaaxl posted:
So Saturday, I left out some frozen chicken wings around 5pm and Sunday morning I put them into the freezer. I should have thrown them out at that point. Then I cooked them that night and ate them not even thinking! I know this is not safe but would this be cause to see a doctor?
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Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hiya and welcome,

Yikes! I am not a professional, all I can suggest is that you call the doc. And if you start vomiting or not feeling well, get in to see the doctor or go to the ER. But call the doctors office for sure.

In the future, when in doubt, throw it out.
Chrissy~

"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well."
Virginia Woolf
 
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rohvannyn responded:
Agreed with calling a doctor, but in most cases if the food is bad you are going to notice symptoms, like stomach problems etc. If you cooked them that is going to kill a lot of what made you sick. If the chicken didn't smell bad and it wasn't an overly warm house, sure the safe thing would have been to thow them out... but on the other hand, I doubt you will come to harm if you are otherwise healthy. But, an excess of caution rarely hurts anybody.
Roh

'Your focus determines your reality.' --QGJ


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