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Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning

Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning: Introduction

Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning: The Fire-Bellied toads are often kept as aquarium pets. These toads contain a poisonous chemical called bombesin and bominine which can various symptoms if accidentally ingested or comes into contact with the eyes, mouth or skin. Eye symptoms usually resolve within a day. The toads are native to Eastern Europe and Western Asia. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning is available below.

Symptoms of Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning

Treatments for Fire-Bellied Toad poisoning

  • Wash affected skin with soapy water and eyes with saline; ingestion: emesis, lavage or activated charcoal with cathartic; supportive therapy for allergy symptoms
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