she was given an antibiotic for the pnemonia which thickened her blood. She was then given coumadin and lovenox to thin her blood. When it got way too thin and they discovered blood pooling in her abdomen ...
Im thinking about an overdose of betaloc high blood pressure meds and I want to know Im not afraid ... want to know what will happen in I take an overdose of betaloc tablets (used for treatment of high ...
that abit of blood was traverling in that spit in my mouth. what is going to happen.im scard of going ...HI, im 15. female. i tryed to take a overdose but only managed to take 11. this was two night ago ...
void of irrational suffering, to which we are all condemned and from which the only escape is death. In light of this, I was wondering, what are the side effects of a paracetamol overdose (aside from ...
What are the normal effects of overdosing sleeping pills. Plus, I have a loved one who had seemed to overdose on sleeping pills, and he couldn t think straight. Is it possible that this overdose problem can ...
Yes you can have over dose of vit-c if it goes above 2000mg/day.
Symptoms will start to appear as daily intake exceeds 2,000 mg. which are Abdominal cramps and diarrhea
Upset stomach, bloating and indigestion
Nausea, vomiting and excessive flatulence
Mouth ulcers and sores
Rashes and redness of the face
Foot cramps and muscle pain
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what are the overdose signs of meth? my boyfriend is having extreme temple pain on the right side and the right eye is bothering him. pain in right abdomen.
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Meth is a stimulant and it cause palpitation, headache, excessive sweating, dilated pupil, tremor and high blood pressure. Pain in temple and abdominal may be due to meth. In that case, better to consult a physician as soon as possible.
I have a strange fruity smell stuck in my nose. Also have some stomach discomfort. Could this be a sign of a serious condition? Liver for example?
Fruity odor can be caused by a few conditions like - ketoacidosis in Diabetes mellitus or starvation, aspirin overdose, chloroform poisoning. Correlate with your history. Go to your doctor for blood tests.