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What Happens If You Drank Fingernail Polish Remover?

Written by Tara

Some people sniff nail polish on purpose to get intoxicated (drunk) by the fumes. Over time these people, as well as those working in poorly ventilated nail salons, can develop a condition known as painter syndrome. This is a permanent condition that causes walking problems, speech problems, and memory loss.

Drinking nail polish remover may result in acetone poisoning, which can cause loss of coordination, difficulty breathing, coma, and death. Acetone abuse can lead to addiction and may permanently damage the throat, liver, and kidneys. What Is Acetone?

Generally What would happen if I drink nail polish? Nail polish tends to come in small bottles, so serious poisoning is unlikely if only one bottle was swallowed. However, always seek immediate emergency medical care. Some people sniff nail polish on purpose to get intoxicated (drunk) by the fumes.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Is it OK to smell nail polish remover?

Breathing moderate to high amounts of acetone for a short amount of time can irritate your nose, throat, lungs and eyes. It can also cause headaches, dizziness, confusion, a faster pulse, nausea, vomiting, effects on the blood, passing out and possible coma, and a shorter menstrual cycle in women.

What happens if a child drinks nail polish remover?

Accidentally drinking small amounts of acetone/nail polish remover is unlikely to harm you as an adult. However, even small amounts can be dangerous to your child, so it is important to keep this and all household chemicals in a safe place. If the person survives past 48 hours, the chances for recovery are good.

Why do I taste nail polish remover?

If your breath smells like acetone — the same fruity scent as nail polish remover — it may be a sign of high levels of ketones (acids your liver makes) in your blood. It’s a problem mainly of type 1 diabetes but also can happen with type 2 if you get a serious condition called diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA).

What happens if nail polish gets in your mouth?

Small ingestions of nail polish may produce mild irritation to the mouth, throat and upset stomach (cramping, nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea), but these symptoms should resolve on their own.

What does nail polish taste like?

Generally, the flavors are either bitter or sour and painfully spicy, like an extremely lemony, burning hot pepper. Nail biting nail polish comes in the form of a liquid that is applied to the nail like regular nail polish. Nail biting nail polish is specially formulated to taste bitter so as to deter nail biting.

Are human nails poisonous?

When you bite your nails, those bacteria end up in your mouth and gut, where they can cause gastro-intestinal infections that lead to diarrhea and abdominal pain. Long-term, habitual nail nibblers can also suffer from a type of infection called paronychia, Scher says.

Is it bad to eat dry nail polish?

Ingesting nail polish can cause mild mouth or throat irritation and an episode of vomiting.

What is acetone used for in drugs?

Pharmaceuticals – In the pharmaceutical industry, acetone is often used as a solvent in fillers and active ingredients to ensure accurate dosage of medicine. Medical – Acetone is also commonly used in the medical field to clean and sterilize medical tools and equipment.

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Tara

I am Tara, and I am addicted to nail polishes and other beauty related things!:) Join me on my ride to paradise!