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Bleach can actually cause chemical burns in the airway if the fumes are strong enough and if you are not in a well-ventilated area. Cough, shortness of breath, and even the nasal symptoms are all symptoms of exposure (or over exposure) and usually clear up after fresh air is obtained. If any of your symptoms persists or are bothersome, you will need to let your Dr check you out.
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