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Suffered burns to neck and inside mouth due to lime, chest pains, shortness of breath. Why ?

I was unloading a railcar full of lime. used at water treatment plants and suffered burns to my neck and inside my mouth.It has been a couple of months ago and i have been having chest pain .Went to doctor and he said it my be a pulled muscle.It is not going away and pain just seems to move from side to side and severe in the middle of my chest.Also having shortness of breath when tring to do everyday activitys.I was wearing a resperator,but it was not working and inhaled a large amount of lime.Could this be causing these problems?
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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YES SOMETIG IN WATER MUST HAVE GONE IN CAUSING DAMAGE TO INING OF OESOPHAGUS AND DUOENUM AND MAY E STOMACH WHICH ARE FIBROSED
AS THE FIBROSIS IS LESS YOU CAN TAKE YOUR LOCAL ACTIVITIES BUT DUE TO SOME FIBROSIS CAUSING PAIN DURING STRETCH OF ACTIVITIES

IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO DO SOMETHING FOR YOU
BUT TAKE NON FATY OILY NON GREESY FOOD
TRY MORE LIQUIDS
TAKE ANTACIDS AFTER EVERY MEALS
AND SOS PAIN KILLER
FOR BREATHING CAN USE BRONCHODILATORS SYRUPS AND OXYGEN ANDANTIINFLAMATORY NHALRS
REST CONSULT DOCTOR WHO CAN EXAMINE PHYSICALLY AND SUGGEST SOMETHING NEW
PULMONARY REHABILITATION EXERCISES CAN ALSO HELP YOU

Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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