Ammonia in pine sol

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5002615 tn?1366017609 When i was pregnant with my first child i craved pine sol, bleach, ammonia, paint thinner, permanent markers the one thats fat and silver with the black top....and get this the doctor told me that i could sniff it just not drink it. SMH i was cleaning the house every chance i got. I also bought one of those dollar spray bottles and poured pine sol in it and sprayed my room like a air freshener.
Avatar n tn At this point was willing to try anything , still changing bedding and washing everything in ammonia and pine sol , so afraid I will get it back , I had also gone on antibiotic , found a bunch of bat like things in toilet but now I'm off , think their still inside hoping the sulpher will help , just started them , but itching is all gone , put shower cap on all night , good luck friend , you are not alone
Avatar m tn I suggest treating yourself and the enviroment for 2 months to ensure that the critters are gone. Clean with bleach or ammonia and use bleach or ammonia in the wash with the hottest water. Avoid cotton as very hard to kill in cotton clothes without bleaching or get items dry cleaned. It is a battle but you can do it. Also sprinkle sulfur powder in bed sheets and on pillow to kill them while you sleep. Put sulfur in dogs bed to avoid dog problem.
Avatar n tn I personally have troubles with noxious chemicals too, especially those that are used for cleaning. Pine Sol makes my lungs clamp right up, perhaps using home made cleaning solutions might be better for your son as well. You just never know what is in the commercially made ones. I do use bleach but in a very reduced solution. Vinegar is also a great disinfectant and good for windows. Ammonia also is a no no with no Windex for me. I could go on and on...
Avatar n tn I used to crave sweet smells like shampoos, perfumes, potpourri, years ago in my 20's. When I was pregnant years ago, I craved dirt and Pine Sol like crazy! But, now, for some reason--- I cannot fascinate myself enough with the "fume" smells that so many products emit! I don't sniff them to get high. I don't want to eat them, though I've dabbed a touch of Gain detergent on my tongue to see if it would relieve my addiction to the smell.
Avatar n tn I'm 24 yrs old and I too have the same problem I don't know where to get help I started with cleaning products like pine-sol than windex huffing now alcohol huffing and nail polish and remover! I feel a little relieved that there's people out there with the same problem! I'm going to set up an appointment with my doctor tomorrow after reading all these postings!!!
264233 tn?1216345915 And if you think disinfectants and biocides that are used to disinfect objects that may come into contact with human beings means that it can be ingested internally for a similar effect, then why not drink ammonia? Mr Clean? Pine Sol? How about eating Dial soap? Put some bacitracin ointment on your cheerios in the morning? I mean, is it just me or does this really need to be explained like this???
Avatar m tn A crawling sensation in skin is seen in people who are very anxious and stressed out. Very dry skin (you rule this out) and disorders of thyroid gland all can precipitate a crawling sensation. The other possibility is Morgellons disease often mimics scabies. The disease is believed to be caused by weak immune systems in people that have contracted the tick-borne Lyme Disease at some point in their life. It can also be a fungal infection like Tinea corporis.