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Inhaled concentrated cleaning solution, sore throat, used tooth brush with mould. Precautions?

I inhaled quite a lot of concentrated cleaning solution yesterday while cleaning a grate and my throat is very sore as well as I am light headed - plus this morning I accidentally picked up & used a toothbrush to brush my teeth that I had used to scrub mold off of a squeegie with (had put bathroom cleaner on the squeegie). how long should i feel this way and is there anything i can do/take for it
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.
You have taken lot of concentrated cleaning solution and brushed your teeth contaminated with cleaning solution.
Since one day has already passed, there is no use of stomach wash.
You should consult some physician, and get your EGD(endoscopy) done to access the damage to your esophagus(throat) and stomach.
Meanwhile you can take tab pentaperazole 40mg daily.
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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