Inhalation of paint fumes at work, Please advise me
I work in a factory making Bouncy castles. I work next to an area where the painting of castles takes place, so I am inhaling the paint fumes for 40 hours a week, as there is no ventillation at all. I suffer from headaches and itchy eyes and throat and constant sneezing and a runny nose.I am very...
Headaches, dizziness after inhaling paint thinner, vapor fumes. Remedy?
hi my name is Brenda and I have an problem. I have asthma and I sleep with my windows open too get feash air at night. now it this girl next door to me has her window open and she be huffing paint thinner and the vapors fumes be coming into my window very strong smell of paint thinner. now I have...
I have been having chest pains the past two days after spray painting indoors three days ago without a proper mask. Could this have caused the chest pains?
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Yes due to spray painting fume inhaled in lungs and causes bronchoconstriction.
This develops pain in the chest and heaviness in chest.
Within 4-5 days effects of spraying subsides. No treatment requires.
My daughter has an aracnoid cyst on legt temporal lobe. She is 13. Can the cyst cause nosebleeds?
Yes, it can cause a nose bleed.
nose bleed in toddler with a bad cough
Pinch nose for 3-4 minutes to stop bleed, make sure child breathes from mouth, and make him sit up for cough start antibiotic syrup as amoxycillin and expectorant as bromhexine. Try and visit a paediatrician if child has fever, has trouble in sleeping or if cough produces coloured sputum.
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