Thanks for your post.
Nausea and vomiting aren’t pleasant symptoms.
It is 2am in Kuala Lumpur and from my hotel room on the 33rd floor, I have one of the best views in the city of the Petronas Twin Towers. But this only serves to remind me that I am thousands of kilometres from home and how alone, unwell and scared I feel.
What I had been most paranoid about happened so insidiously. The offending food wasn’t served at street market or in a questionable location as I had been so overly careful.
But it happened and it hit me so suddenly.
I was starting to get concerned. Why wouldn’t you? If you were medically trained and an acute care expert — I was losing more fluid than I could replace. I was dizzy, tired, feverish and my mind was racing and starting to get the better of me.
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