Personally, I have been told by at least two people that smoking mentholated cigarettes whilst chewing mint gum/candy causes cancer. There are two answers I can give you: firstly, most sugarless Chewing Gum contains phenylalanine (phenylketonurics). This chemical compound is found in Aspartame (i.e. Equal sweetening agent) and is thought to lead to cancer (unsubstantiated, citation needed). This, with the added cancer causing agents of tobacco smoke, can possibly lead to increased probability of mouth cancer. It is thought that the phenylalanine combined with carcinogens from cigarette smoke, can cause an increased risk of cancer. However, I believe that one cannot acquire cancer of the mouth from that alone. In my opinion, its no more harmful than chewing tobacco, dip, etc. One must keep in mind when ingesting chemical compounds, what exactly they are ingesting. If it seems bad for you, it probably is. I have been a smoker now for five years, and understand completely that I am slowly killing myself. But pleasure, and satisfaction come first in my book. Enjoy life, but be careful and knowledgeable
Easily. Bacteria can be transferred from environmental surfaces to your fingers and to the cigarette, thence to your mouth.
because of the methane and other ingredients
no the contents of the smoke is already going through your bloodstream just by smoking it.
If the cut hurts when you smoke, then you might want to wait until the cut heals.
lamina is cut so it doesn't cause an infection
Well since a lesion is a cut or wound, no. Not unless it was an infection that has hard pieces that could cut the brain.
Feces has bacteria that could cause an infection in the cut.
No, but it lessens the chance of infection and bacteria getting into the wound.
If you have a cut on the corner of your mouth that won't heal, you should see a doctor. They can determine the cause of the lack of healing.
He bit something that cut the one side of the mouth.
The answer is, it depends upon what is causing the infection. An infected cut in the mouth is typically caused by secondary bacterial invasion of the cut, and some of these oral bacteria can jump from cats to dogs. However, it would require enough bacteria be transferred to the dog to both colonize and overwhelm the dog's immune system, so the practical risk is very low.
Yes a discarded used condom can cause infection on the cut on the hand.
No. It may serve as a very temporary measure but it is not sterile and may cause infection.
The answer is cigarette.
An open wound, when the skin is torn, cut or punctured, is likely to cause infection, as the skin is the outer covering of the body and among its functions it protects you against germs. A torn or cut skin will not work properly.
a tumor, or your dog bumped into something, or has a cut infection.