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Drank bleach by accident. Throat has bumps and feces are watery. Have abdominal pain. Cure?

I drank bleach last night on accident and i am feeling slightly not all there. My throat has bumps on it my feces are watery. I have slight chest pain not really bad but now about 4 hours ago i have been feeling abdominal pains as if i was on my period. I have no medical insurance and im scared really scared. Can you help me?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

Thanks for posting on HCM,

At your level, depending on how long you drank the bleach, you could take OTC activated charcoal (which would reduce the amount of bleach absorbed by your intestines and prevent further stomach erosion). You will also need to also take water and/or milk in small amounts. Since you are already having watery stool, it is best you drink as much water as possible to avoid dehydration. You might require taking some anti-gastric ulcer medications in order to prevent ulceration of the stomach mucosa.
Then I suggest you see the emergency department as soon as possible because despite you not having insurance, you still require medical attention.

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Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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