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Cracked lips paint fumes

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HI, I was spray painting cabinets back in August of this year. I wore a painting respirator but the fumes were intense as I was in an enclosed room with very little ventilation. My breathing haven't been ...

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painting shutters in my garage without a mask. Even with the door opened after I stepped out and went back in I noticed the fog from the fumes. Now I'm worried about the toxins especially those that would cause ...

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building). Is it safe during pregnancy to be exposed to so much paint fumes? ...I'm 7 weeks pregnant. My work has just told everyone they will be painting the office during ...

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the paint room next to the office so i had that paint smell in the office all the time and for 10 months we slept in a room in that office. could the smell of the paint cause anxiety? since july we bought ...

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I was using Valspar black chalkboard paint to paint a wall and the mist and fumes were very heavy ... with the paint. I know it must be in my lungs too. What do I do? ...

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landlords are fixing the cracks in the floors and walls using spray foam and sealant. It has filled my house with strong fumes that remind me of spray paint or paint thinner. There are fans going but no outdoors venting ...

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, painted (with Olympic paint((zero VOC)), put down new carpet in the whole basement, in which titebond glue ... on (one that helps remove fumes and toxins from the air), 2 ceiling fans on and a window open. But we ...

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(wearing a protective mask) and the fumes were bothering him and he coughed up blood a couple of times. He ... be because of the fumes or related to a deeper medical issue? Please advise, thank you! Tiffany ...

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for these employees. Are oil-based paint fume hazardous? ...Workers have re-painted the basement parking garage in our building. There is a strong smell ...

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(but i am definately not pregnant). The only thing that has changed has been painting my daughters room - and breahing in the fumes. i am a 44 year old professional woman with no other major health problems ...

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I painted my basement floors in polyurethane today. I didn t realize the fumes were toxic. It s 9at night and my 1, 5, and 8 year old are sleeping but im concerned about staying here with these fumes ...

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I am trying to locate a dr of toxocology in Lexington ky....I live in Huntington, WV & feel I have been poisioned by paint fumes...I am very sick & no one seems to be able to help me here....I am ...

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Can breathing in paint fumes, even if less toxic lead to laryngitis? I voice sounds strained and scratchy to me at times and I think it has been this way since I painted two weeks ago. Although ...

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and resting more today. We are in process of painting our interior and I am wondering if it s possible to discern whether the vomiting is viral or related to paint fumes. ...

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only been on them 2 weeks, is it possible the paint fumes have caused this succession of migraine ...Hi we have been having our house painted on the inside and I have had 3 migraines in the last week ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi i read your query and would like to say that this doesn't seems as asthma, however consult your pulmonologist.

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hi Paint fumes can exacerbate asthma and sinusitis. Paining in Lungs may be towards chemical pneumonitis and pain in ear may be due to sinusitis. Better to get yourself investigated after taking consultation from pulmonologist. Thanks

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Hi associated vitamin B deficiency could be cause of persistent lip cracking