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Poppers spilled in nose

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Topic created by Newbie help
on Sun, 31 Oct 2021 at 07:00

Newbie help said on Sun, 31 Oct 2021 at 07:00...

Please give advice. My partner spilled poppers in my nose while topping. I immediately stopped, rinsed my nose. Now I still feel like I have snorted water and there is a burning sensation. Has anyone else had this happen? What should I do?

Anon said on Sun, 31 Oct 2021 at 11:30...

As with any thermal or chemical burn it will take some time for your nasal mucosa to recover. The damage was done at the time it spilled in to your nose. Immediately rinsing your nose Iím was the best thing you could do. Cleaning it with normal saline spray will allow it to heal / recover and prevent secondary infection. Nasal steroid spray (same as used for allergy) will also help the discomfort. In the meantime I would avoid anything that irritates your nose- smoke, poppers etc , but if the pain persist see a doctor. Good luck !

james said on Mon, 1 Nov 2021 at 23:21...

spilling the stuff in my nose happens quite frequently but i just keep going and blow my nose in my hand and have never had any problems

Poppers Overdose said on Tue, 2 Nov 2021 at 03:48...

It can happen to anyone. Don't feel bad. It almost happened to me in the adult video store I cruise. I was on my knees sucking two dicks. One guy would let me sniff his poppers. One time he almost tipped it down my nose. It was a close call for sure. Ordinarily I would suggest milk to drink after you gag everything out where possible. If the guy had dumped in my nose, I would have gotten up, quickly dressed, rushed to the restroom and downed water then head to the nearest gas station and purchased the biggest whole milk container they had and just drink it down. I could be wrong. Others should chime in.

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