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Formerly RealFaction. Composer of Pico's School OST, Castle Crashers Necromancer Theme, Fetal Fury OST, FNF Necromancer Mod OST. Music Producer, Voice Actor, Writer, Podcaster, Co-Founder of the Art-Inspired Music Contest and Pixel Day. Art: @Aristella

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I shared this post to my twitter account @yt_archive to hopefully spread the word. I wish the best for you, mang :]

Thank you

Damn, that's seriously dangerous. I personally worked with some similar lethal cases. I hope you are safe now. I'll help with what I can by the end of the week, at least I hope so.

Oh wow really? I have a low level case luckily, tomorrow im having someone inspect it and getting it replaced this week. I have the furnace shut off and i'm airing out the house and using air purifiers so thats helped a lot, i have an oil radiator heater to stay warm. I've been exposed to this for a couple of months, the past month especially was noticiable with the symptoms. I feel mostly okay but still have a slight headache and head pressure. Hoping i don't need oxygen treatment to get rid of it.

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Yeah, I inspected a case where woman and her cat were found dead in their own flat just this January. She moved in that flat less than a year before and her sister said she complained about frequent headaches and nausea, and also that her cat had frequent vomit. She didn't ask for medical help though. And one day the gas concentration raised too high and they both died. We even had cases of whole families deaths due to ventilation canals being frozen during severe winters. That's the reason proper installation and regular maintenance of vent canals, furnaces and similar stuff are strictly necessary. Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as "silent killer", it has no odor and can't be noticed without special analyzers. Frequent headaches in combination with nausea and vomiting are usual symptoms. Children and animals, especially small ones, are more sensitive and vulnerable because of small weight. Take care everyone, stay safe.

Oh my god....that's horrible :( i'm so sorry. I've been here for a year. My furnace is just old but i've only started having symptoms the past couple of months mainly. That sounds awful. I haven't run my furnace for the past day so hopefully that'll help things. I'm lucky i don't have the nausea and vomiting. Oddly my cat seems fine...I don't know. Thank you for the info.