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Question by  Elizabeth44 (24)

What should you do if you suspect that you have chronic poisoning?

I think I have chronic poisoning.


Answer by  ToralDwivedi (606)

Identify everything that you are taking orally [including medications and fluids]. Get everything you suspect examined by a pathologist. Person serving you can also be a suspect.


Answer by  shijo (861)

After an chronic poisoining one must wash the site with good antiseptics or soaps. Then soon after the patient must be taken to the hospital and there the poison must be taken out from the body through the site after an Tetanus Toxoid injection.


Answer by  jamieellison (1637)

If you have an idea of what you are being poisoned with, you can ask a physician to run medical tests for that substance. Depending on the substance, different tests could be ordered including blood, urine, fecal, hair and even breath testing.


Answer by  Vanasatchy (816)

chronic poisoning is due to log term exposure ofbon Monoxide is a by product of burning carbon based fossil fuels such as, natural gas, petrol, wood, LPG, coal and tobacco. It is contained in the unspent fumes from incomplete combustion and most commonly arises from poorly installed or maintained appliances which include gas cookers, boilers, fires,, barbecues and car exhausts.

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