As unpleasant and disabling as they are, digestive disorders caused by food poisoning are most often benign and do not require medical treatment. “Antibodies, anti-nausea and vomiting are not effective and may have side effects, so there is no point in taking them.”explains Dr: Matthieu Calafiore, General Practitioner and Director of the Department of General Medicine at the Lille Faculty of Medicine.
Treatments aimed at diarrhea, according to the doctor, are unlikely to be more interesting. “Racecadotril (Thiorfan) and loperamide (Imodium) have different modes of action, but neither resolves the infection. At most, they can reduce the inconvenience a little. But by blocking diarrhea, on the one hand, they can mask the signs of severity (blood in the stool, for example), and on the other hand, in the case of a bacterial infection, they prevent the body from eliminating the source…
Source: Le Figaro
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