Sprayed and breathed in too much Raid, now feel exhausted and hard to breathe?

I’m 16 years old, (17 on Monday) and there were 3 spiders in my bedroom, so panicking, I grabbed raid and sprayed them until they were visibly dead. It was a large amount of raid, and I was too scared to wake my parent up to ask what I should do fix it. So I cracked my bedroom door open and went to sleep. I felt alright the next morning, extremely exhausted, and spent most of the day in my bedroom, still highly aware of the raid fumes in my bedroom. It is now hard for me to breathe, and I feel extremely exhausted. What should I do? (also I cant see a doctor)

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Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

hi
if its been 24 hours till now after your sprayed raid and you dont feel any alarming symptoms like vomitting,disorientation etc,then you should not worry. feeling exhausted can be due to transient effect. open all the doors and windows of the room. breathe fresh air as much as possible. dont worry
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Nouran Mamdouh
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Nouran Mamdouh

Hey,
First of all you have to move to fresh air Imediately. Drink a lot of water and milk right away, Unless you have symptoms that make it hard to swallow. These include vomiting, convulsions, or a decreased level of alertness. And in that case you need to go to ER.
You can also go to the hospital to take an Oxygen therapy session.

shw12
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shw12

HI
THESE MAY BE EARLY SYMPTOMS OF THE GAS POISONING. KEEP A WATCH ON YOUR PULSE AND BLOOD PRESSURE. FRESH AIR BREATHING WILL HELP YOU IMPROVE.
CONSULT A DOCTOR IF U HAVE ANY UNTOWARD COMPLICATIONS

mrsshalini14
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mrsshalini14

hello there
if you are experiencing difficulty in breathing and exhausted, then you have surely inhaled more of the fumes that may be hazardous. drink plenty of fluids and water. consult a doctor and take a antidote if possible. if this isnt possible, shift to a place with fresh and flowing air

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