Inhaled bleach saturday on accident tightness in chest shortness of breath what to do?

Go to ER. Bleach fumes can cause injury to the lung and cause coughing and shortness of breath. If a mild exposure the symptoms go away shortly, but if you are continuing to have breathing difficulty you should go to ER now. You might be having bronchial spasm(asthma) or a chemical pneumonia. You will need a chest x ray and measurement of oxygen saturation in your blood.

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What can be the explanation if I've got chest tightness (1 week now) and shortness of breath?

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