I believe I was poisoned by a Wal-Mart Pizza made with Pepperoni, I purchased it 8/24/2010 and normally do not by the Supreme or meat type pizza. They were out... this was not a store I frequented. I had to ask where they were located, they were in a stair-step refrigeration area. Not kept frozen...
I brought it home and immediately turned on the oven, chpped some additional veggies to go on top and took it out of the box and wrapper. I noticed it was already defrosted, gooey dough, no frozen area left on top; I proceeded to bake it per instructions and added another 5 minutes for the veggies on top to cook.
The next morning after having consumed less than half, I awoke about 4 AM with an intense ache in my left ear area. Much like the ear ache of my childhood signifying an onset of a disease - mumps, chicken pox, measles, etc.
I did not connect the Pizza at this time to the pain in my head. So for breakfast I ate the rest of the Pizza cold, with a cup of coffee. My ear ache intensified! I called Wal-Mart Corporation/Customer Service to mention that the pizza was not the quality I had grown accustomed to expect. I still had not made the connection of my ear ache to the Pizza until at work I reviewed what I had been doing for the last 24 hours. Then I recalled the condition of the Pizza, already defrosted, tasting off, and having a less than satisfying taste.
Now a full day later, I still have the ear ache though somewhat diminished, it comes and goes, along with a nauseated feeling, and low energy, I have taken an herb I trust and that has been a help, I just ate bowl of fresh pineapple chunks, with yogurt, cinnamon, ginger, and walnuts. That should help as well, I am now going to the "Pool" to get some Sun and relax.
The pain is unbelievable. Really an intense pressure, again it comes and goes!
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