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So you packed your bag and got your 'before you go' shit together. But if you are heading out for the first time, it is not easy to understand exactly the factors you may deal with.Now what will it be like 'on the road' when you get going? Once you understand them better you can stop worrying about your trip and where you are going, safe in the knowledge there is nothing [or little] to be worried about!The latter is more serious and could be something much nastier.

There seems to be two types: one that will come on suddenly (often in the middle of the night) and see you throwing up all night, feeling pretty shit the next day and that's it, and the other, much worse, will come on slower and last several days.

The difference is probably the strength of the poison, how well formed it was when ingested it and if viral or bacterial.

To quote from a book about climbing Mount Everest, the author stated that the hardest challenge with mountaineering in Nepal is not getting sick in Kathmandu!

But that doesn't mean that every trip to Nepal, India or the like will see you with the runs or throwing up; a normal healthy experience is quite possible with a bit of common sense and a fair size chunk of luck. So are all the cold salads, ice cubes in drinks, fruit juices, hand-made ice creams, raw food and buffet warnings.

That's what we have covered here: it is nothing difficult or complicated.

Nonetheless if you are new to travel, independent travel or travel in more challenging parts of the world (undeveloped) knowing it in advance should make your trip less daunting.

Staff in your hotel will normally help you find medical help or bring you water if on your own).

See diarrhoea and dehydration below as it is normally a symptom of food poisoning, for more advice.

You will probably be at a loss as to what has caused it and you just have to wait it out.

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