The U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry, ATSDR, states that mild cases of ammonia inhalation result in coughing and nose, eye and throat irritation. Severe exposures to gaseous ammonia can result in chemi... More »

If exposure to Clorox fumes leads to symptoms of poisoning, immediately move the affected person to an area with fresh air, according to MedlinePlus. If the chemical is on the victim's skin or in his eyes, flush the affe... More »

Mixing bleach with ammonia produces toxic gases that are known as chloramines, according to the Washington State Department of Health. These gases cause a number of uncomfortable symptoms, including wheezing, irritation ... More »

MedlinePlus states that while Vaseline is considered non-toxic, swallowing large amounts of it can lead to symptoms such as abdominal pain, coughing, diarrhea, shortness of breath and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat... More »

Health hazards of creosote include serious skin irritation or rashes, burns on the eye, convulsions and mental confusion, unconsciousness or death due to coal tar creosote exposure in large quantities, according to the A... More »

Common side effects of Flonase include dryness of the nose, head pain, irritation of the inside of the nose, nosebleed and throat irritation, explains WebMD. Sores or white patches, coughing and trouble breathing, back p... More »

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The side effects of inhaling ammonia include irritation of the respiratory system, coughing, and burning of the nose, according to New York State's Department of Health. Ammonia causes the nose to become used to its odor... More »