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Side effect of taking 4 sibelium 5mg at a time - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   whats the side effect if we take 4 sibelium 5mg at a time?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
User :   whats the side effect if we take 4 sibelium 5mg at a time?
Doctor :   sibelium is a calcium antagonist containing flunarizine hydrochloride
Doctor :   the most common effects would be drowsiness
User :   any thing probs if use 4 sibelium 5mg at a time?
Doctor :   reduced alertness, constipation, decreased secretions, fatigue, are the symptoms of taking a high dosage
Doctor :   bradykinesia, rigidity, akathisia, orofacial dyskinesia, tremor are seen in some patients too
User :   if any-1 use that whtr v have 2 take 2 doctor or no need.?
Doctor :   you can give him charcoal tablets , and make him vomit
Doctor :   they will reduce the absorption of medications and reduce the symptoms
User :   conform v have 2 give charcoal tablets or no need.?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   he needs charcoal tablets
User :   within how many hrs v should give.?
Doctor :   within 4 hours
Doctor :   or as soon as possible
User :   .k thankz doctor.. conform v have 2 give na.?
Doctor :   yes , thats a confirmation
Doctor :   no doubt about that
User :   thankz
Doctor :   u r welcome
User :   bye
Doctor :   take care
Doctor :   bye for now
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