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Anyone is at risk of infection with Bacillus cereus. Food contaminated with Bacillus cereus is also very popular. This type of bacteria is easy to stick to food groups like meat, milk, vegetables, and fish.
The main symptom of this type of poisoning is defecation and abdominal muscle cramps about 6-15 hours after ingestion. These symptoms may last about 24 hours. Vomiting may also be associated but is rarely seen in diarrhea-induced poisoning by Bacillus cereus.
The form of emetic poisoning usually occurs about 30 minutes to 6 hours after eating food containing Bacillus cereus bacteria with a small protein molecular structure.
Doctors have noted other noticeable clinical manifestations for those who are poisoned by Bacillus cereus once not treated promptly and thoroughly.
These include manifestations of mastitis, severe inflammation, gangrene, infectious meningitis, cellulitis, eye inflammation, lung abscess, endocarditis. For newborn babies, there is even a risk of death.