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I think I inhaled too much bleach and degreaser while cleaning, should I not breastfeed my baby, if so for how long?
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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine
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In brief: Okay to keep feeding
Make sure you get some fresh air and are in a well ventilated area, but smelling the fumes of bleach for a short period of time won't do anything to your breastmilk.

In brief: Okay to keep feeding
Make sure you get some fresh air and are in a well ventilated area, but smelling the fumes of bleach for a short period of time won't do anything to your breastmilk.
Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Fluid, wax
It could be either fluid behind the ear drum (which could happen after bad allergies or a something like a cold), or it's just ear wax built up.
If you're hearing ringing or a pulsatile "whooshing" that follows your heartbeat, you should definitely see your doctor. Good luck!

In brief: Fluid, wax
It could be either fluid behind the ear drum (which could happen after bad allergies or a something like a cold), or it's just ear wax built up.
If you're hearing ringing or a pulsatile "whooshing" that follows your heartbeat, you should definitely see your doctor. Good luck!
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