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Dead lizard in drinking water.
Hello, Last week I found a dead lizard in the overhead water tank of my house. All of us at home used that water unknowingly to bathe, drink, wash clothes, etc. I don't know when it fell in the tank and how long we used that water. Since we have used that water unknowingly, what remedy do you suggest in order to prevent any possible infection ?
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Till now nothing happened like vomiting loose motion na, so don’t worry , clean it properly n dry then fill again
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Nothing will happen, don't worry,when lizards fall in warm water , will be harmful
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The wall lizard or gecko, found in most homes, is not poisonous at all. It only checks insect population. Empty tank, clean it n refill
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