Irritation in the nose, bleeding from the nose, running nose and sometimes even ulcers or holes may develop in the nasal septum.
The affected person might experience an upset stomach or sometimes stomach ulcers can develop too.
If the skin comes in contact with some chromium (VI) compounds, it can lead to skin ulcers.
Skin allergies can develop in some people leading to skin rashes, redness, itching and swelling in the affected area.
Chromium toxicity can cause respiratory problems such as difficulty in breathing and coughing and may lead to bronchitis or asthma.
If a person ingests a huge amount of hexavalent chromium, it can lead to severe toxicity of chromium in him, causing life-threatening health conditions and diseases such as kidney damage, convulsions, liver damage, and in some cases even death.