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How Long Does It Take to Get Sick from E Coli?

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The time it takes to get sick from E. Coli varies from person to person, but the average incubation time for an E. Coli infection is between three and four days. After this time period, individuals that have been exposed to E. Coli generally know whether they have been infected or not. That being said, a person can begin experiencing symptoms after as little as one day, or as long as 10 days after exposure.
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