It has been detrmined that any bits of teflon that may get into your food are harmless. They simply pass through your system.
More of a concern is the high heat your pan could be exposed to. It has been proven that the nonstick surface will begin to break down at temperatures in the mid 500 F. range. The gases given off during this breakdown can cause death in small domestic pet birds and flu like symptoms in humans.
I would recommend a pan without a nonstick coating for your circumstances.
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