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Smoke inhalation, please help me.

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MissSG Sun 05-May-13 19:42:17

My DB was cooking in his grill tonight and smoke started to pour out of it so he opened the back door.

I was upstairs and came down and the whole of the kitchen was filled with smoke, I breathed quite a lot of smoke in and preceded to cough and my eyes started to water. It turns out that the grill was so dirty when DB cooked in it all of the residue cooked and started to smoke.

I am 27 weeks pregnant, could this have harmed the baby?

I'm so worried, I went outside for a moment but I am still sitting in a house full of smoke.

BabyHMummy Sun 05-May-13 20:10:48

I wouldn't have thought so but keep the house aired and try and stay out of it untiltth smoke clears. Ring your triage dept if you are worried

lexib Sun 05-May-13 20:48:45

I'm don't think that short term exposure makes any difference, but agree within the other poster that you could always phone the midwife to check

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