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It is really making: Me nervous that you are asking this question. Are you considering killing yourself or someone else by poisoning? If you have thoughts of harm to self or others - please get mental health assistance. If you have imminent thoughts - please get help at the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
Avoid: I would avoid these chemicals esp when pregnant. ...Read more
I read that proteus mirabilis produces ammonia? So what if i disinfect a area with ammonia or windex? Will it disinfect it or make it stronger?
Proteus mirabilis: Proteus mirabilis produces ammonia as a by-product of its metabolism, it does not use it as a food source. Wiping down an area with an ammonia-based cleaner will not make it stronger. By-products of metabolism are often actually toxic to the organism. Using an ammonia-based cleaner should disinfect well. ...Read more
Water: Nothing to be concerned about. Just wish it with some warm water. ...Read more
Diagnosed- inspiratory Stridor. Lost insurance before Endoscopy was done. Happens after I cough or inhale chemicals (like Windex). What might it be?
Workup/Mgt: If your physician can schedule an airway fluoroscopy this will provide a dynamic view of the airway. It may be less expensive than an endoscopy. A plain radiograph of the airway performed upon inspiration also can be useful if there is a foreign body, tumor or mass effect. An outpatient nasal to vocal cord visualization may be performed with local anesthetics and can be performed by an ENT surgeon ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Was right next to my aunt when she was spraying windex on the table. I might have got some on my arms and stuff. should I take a shower? 32 weeks preg
No risk: Wash your arm, take a shower as you like, however, there is no extra risk to you or your baby from this incident. ...Read more
Fumes: Some bathroom tile cleaners when mixed with bleach can produce toxic fumes which can cause lung inflammation if used in a small poorly ventilated space like a shower stall. While this is not a likely problem with the product you mentioned, i would either 1) ask somebody else to do it, or 2) work in an open well ventilated space. If you can smell a lot of fumes, choose #1. ...Read more