Ciguatera fish poisoning

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January 20, 2022

Ciguatera fish poisoning is triggered by toxins found in the bodies of fish living on coral reefs that produce ciguatoxins and maitotoxins. The cause of ciguatera fish poisoning is generally fish's natural food, namely the phytoplankton Gambierdiscus toxicus. Humans can experience digestive system disorders, nervous systems and circulatory systems when eating fish that have ciguatera fish poisoning. Symptoms of poisoning can include diarrhea, vomiting, muscle pain in the abdomen, and excessive sweating. Ciguatera fish poisoning in acute conditions can cause the nervous system to malfunction so that the mouth and fingers become numb, the body loses energy, and even death. Types of fish that generally have ciguatera fish poisoning are snapper and grouper.

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