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Ahodge01
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So about the last week I've been feeling great, normal, fine etc. I did work on a movie out in the woods Tuesday night but took all the proper precautions for tick prevention and was basically on trails the whole time didn't feel any bites or see any ticks bites I checked myself often and have continued to feel fine all week.

Last night I got home feeling fine all I had was some ground bison to eat. I will admit it had been sitting in the fridge a lil longer than it should have been but I figured it would be fine if I cooked the heck out of it... Well an hour after eating it I became very fluish feeling and ran a low grade fever. I woke up in the middle of the night and the highest it got was 101 after being bundled up all night cause of the chills.

So basically just had fever and chills after eating some oldish meat but today I feel fine checked my temp upon rising 98.0 and feel fine. The weirdest thing is I never had any other symptoms just low fever and chills.

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joalo
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I'm glad to hear you are feeling okay today. [group hug]

I always tell myself, "When in doubt, throw it out". I figure I have enough health issues due to lyme and co and that it isn't worth it to take a chance. [shake]

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Ahodge01
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Definitely a motto I'm going to live by for now on...
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Yeah, does sound like it could be from the meat. Dang. Do what you can to detox it out.

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