Elaine, I was thinking along the same lines as Katie, and that maybe it was one food, not necessarily the combination or even eating out. Could you have become sensitive to the shrimp or fish? Did anyone else feel queasy at all?
When I eat out, if I suffer from it, it's usually the day after. I think when I'm enjoying myself at a restaurant, my stress level is lower. It's when I spend more time at home analyzing, not eating this or that ad nauseum that I seem to feel worse.
It could also be the combo of the med change, but if you read what you wrote about how you felt again, especially within 20 minutes, doesn't it sound a bit like some kind of food poisoning?
I hope you're doing better now.
Potato... Female, 58, dx mild left sided ulcerative colitis 11/07
asacol 3 3x a day
am & pm
culturelle, benefiber wafers
children's vitamin, Vitamin E 400 mg
omeprazole 2x a day
oxazepam when needed, lomotil or ImodiumAD (but not in the same day)