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What Would Happen If You Inject Bleach
Injecting Bleach?: If you did this "accidently, " of course, that doesn't seem good. We are not here to judge people for having the problems that they have. With that said, it seems as though you need some help, right? Because, you could harm yourself, even accidently. So, I would say, the best advice for you now, is to seek out the right help, right away, before things turn from bad to worse. Good luck :-)See 1 more doctor answer
Intoxicatiion: Depending on the amount, isopropyl alcohol injected intravenously may cause intoxication. It should never be injected as it is not an acceptable intravenous drug.
Nothing: I am not totally sure what you call 'units' but if this is a normal measure like 25 cc on a syringe, there is no harm at all. In fact many swallow this much air and more during normal activity and eating. The body can handle this with no problem.
Smelling bleach: By itself, routine exposure to the smell of bleach is not a toxic event. As with any chemicals, caution should be used and product safety information should be heeded. It is possible that prolonged exposure could lead to local irritation of the nasal passages.
Uncertain: In general, it is recommended that medications not be used after expiration date. With that said, there is a big difference between being expired for 5 days versus 5 years. Your pharmacist should be able to provide more information.
Bleach ingestion: Can cause throat and abdominal pain, burning/ heat in mouth & abdomen, swelling of throat, severe cramps, vomiting, blood in feces, & it can lead to death. If you are having thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the National suicide hotlines 24/7 at
Avoid this: You may irritate your skin and cause a burn as well as discoloration which is what you are trying to improve. Avoid putting household chemicals on your body.
No problem: Nothing will happen. That is a miniscule amount of air, and it goes into the subcutaneous space. Air injected directly into a vein can cause an air embolus, but even if you hit a vein, that tiny amount of air would not cause a problem.
Nothing will happen: Nothing will happen but why would you do that. I will advice you do not inject anything into your blood stream by yourself.
Reactive Airways: If a person inhales a large amount of an irritant chemical such as bleach, this can trigger inflammation in the nose and lungs leading to symptoms just like asthma (cough, wheeze, shortness of breath and/or chest tightness). Usually this heals over time but in some it can take months.
Glucogen: Why would you want to do that? Please let me know.
Depends on dose: It would be hard to inject because of the consistency of the jelly. The Lidocaine would be absorbed and as long as it is below toxic doses should be ok. Not sure what the effects of the jelly carrier would be, but I assume it would be benign.
Why?: It is highly toxic. Please do not ingest or inject it. Your body will be damaged by it. It causes tissue damage on contact. You can read about it on Wikipedia: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Formaldehyde
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