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Answered by: Dr Sri Viknarajan
I accidentally punctured my fridge with scissors while cleaning the frozen ice. An unknown gas coming out from it and it took me some time to cover it up. I inhale the gas for quite a time while I am in front the fridge and I’m doubting if it is dangerous for me or not. There is no distinct effect but I do need clarification.
Good morning and thank you for your question.
We understand your concern and we know that you are worried with the incident. Based on your information, you inhaled an unknown gas coming from your fridge after accidentally punctured it with scissors while cleaning the frozen ice. There is no distinct effect that you feel after that.
While we may not understand the full picture, we urge you to go to the clinic or hospital as soon as you can if you feel unease or you start feeling unwell.
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