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Lysol Side Effects
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My 10 year old daughter accidentally wiped her vagina with a lysol disinfectant and now she is bleeding. Is this a side effect or shall I say this could be her period.
Chemicals & babies: Any chemicla is abd for babies.Especially if it is aerosol form or if the body comes in contact with the chemicals. Some babies will get hteir airways irritated. No one knows the long term effects of these cleansers. ...Read more
Yes: Lysol is a perfectly good agent to eradicate the virus that causes hand/foot/mouth disease. The bigger trick is to get all the surfaces that a child may have touched covered in your cleaning regimen. Good luck! Take a break now and then and sit and cuddle and read a book to your sick child. the bathtub will still be there when you're done! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Brief exposure is ok: If only on skin surfaces, brief exposures are ok, but it's best to use wipes made for skin. There are probably 5 different kids of Lysol wipes, so one would have to read the labels to see what's in them. The most common wipes likely have alcohol, similar to any hand sanitizer gel. Wipes made for skin will likely have gentler ingredients or gentler amounts of the ingredients. Diaper wipes are ok. ...Read more
Is it safe to wash utensil with lysol and dry them off, (not rinsing) and then eat with them? Will it cause any problems? Been doing this for years.
It depends: on which Lysol product you are using as they contain different ingredients not all of which are toxic but one or two can be. The fact that you have been doing this for years would suggest you have picked the safer one. Although I don't know how you tolerate the taste ...Read more
Make a call: I got this from a website: when using lysol spray, be sure there is plenty of ventilation. Do not spray near your face and risk inhaling the fumes. Use on fabrics such as rayon, acrylic plastics and wood will cause damage. If you did not inhale, you may be ok, but i would call a local poison control at a hospital, etc and ask just to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: These are meant for single use.Get a more detailed answer ›
My girlfriend works at a bowling alley where they use Lysol a lot she gets lots of headaches and coughs is Lysol the cause or something else?
Wipes should not-: -cause this, but if there is a lot of exposure 2 the spray mist, it could very well B. If able she should inform her employer & C if she can stay away from using it. If after no exposure, & she still has the same trouble , she needs 2 B Cn by her PCP 4 starters & get referrals if needed. ...Read more
OK with ventilation: Lysol does not have toxic vapors, and most people can use it safely with good ventilation any the area. It is possible for individuals to have sensitivity to almost any chemical so if you notice problems then stop using it. You can look up ingredients for any commercial product by searching for its msds(material safety data sheet) on the internet. Here is the one for lysol: http://www.Plunketts.Ne. ...Read more