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Swimming River Accidently Swallowed Water Giardiasis
Inhaled/swallowed some pool water on accident today while swimming. Not much, burned sinuses. 16 y/o boy 10 hrs later no symptoms. Secondary drowning?
No, just as U said-: - inhaled chlorinated water. No symptoms later means all is fine. ...Read more
Pool water: If the pool is properly maintained and the water properly treated, the liklihood of serious illness is minimal. If non-toilet trained infants/children are swimming, transmission of giardiasis, cryptosporidium and enteroviruses ( echo virus and coxsackie virus) all causes of diarrheal illness is possible. ...Read more
Son, 5y, was swimming in Lake Mi today & swallow/choke on water due to lg waves. Late afternoon, he became cold & was coughing but stopped now. Worry?
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I went swimming today and may have swallowed some water. Since then, I've felt some fatigue(which is normal)and some stomaches(not normal), am I okay?
Get checked: Get a quick check up. if the water gets into your lungs, it could cause some injury which can affect your breathing and your oxygenation. And the fatigue may be an early symptom. Getting checked in an urgent care center or emergency room is the best thing to do so you can prevent getting into worse problems. tell your parents soon. ...Read more
Went swimming in very cold water a few days ago, since then it hurts to swallow very cold food or liquids. Thoughts?
I just went swimming at the beach and swallowed salt water now
I am coughing and have a sore throat. What should I do? I also have allergies n asthma
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