I was cleaning my bathroom about 4 hours ago, and I accidnetly combined domestic bleach with cilit bang (ammonia product), no gases were produced, and only a small amount were combined. However I did inhale a strong smell. I felt dizzy and woozy for a small period, but I have felt fine otherwise, my eyes did not burn, I did not get sore throat etc. My room still smells faintly of bleach, however I rang NHS direct and they said I should go to hospital! I can taste the bleach very faintly in the back of my mouth, however, my question is, can I go to sleep? I'm really worried I might die from fumes, but I feel fine. Please help me as I'm really rather concerned.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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