Silica Gel That Is Exposed To Medicinal Products?
I don’t know if the silicon gel is drunk or not. but when I took a medicine that had an open silicon gel, I kept vomiting “how about that?
Hello Mr Christian!
Silica gel is often used in products to keep food or medicine dry, so that it is not easily damaged by mold or corrosion. Exposure to exposed silica gel should be avoided. Silica gel is not actually toxic, but it can cause gastrointestinal discomfort. Silica gel can cause irritation and dry the lining of the organs. When it reaches the stomach, silica gel can cause dehydration and nausea. The patient may also experience a cough if the silica gel is inhaled.
If you swallow silica gel, drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Do not accidentally vomit the silica gel, either by poking it in the mouth or pressing on the stomach. Do not take vomiting prevention drugs, immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room for further treatment. If inhaled or have difficulty breathing, immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room for additional oxygen administration. Wash your hands or the area of the body with silica gel with soap and water. Give lotion (try not perfumed) in the area. If silica gel gets into your eyes, rinse your eyes for 15 minutes or go to the nearest hospital emergency room immediately. Remove contact lenses first, if any.
That's all the information I can convey. I hope this helps.