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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I took 2 Alieve at 9pm and took 2 NyQuill Liquid Capsules at 10:30pm forgetting about the Alieve from ealier. Since I took these medications in such close proximity do I have anything to worry about?
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   DR. here
Doctor :   let me read what you have typed
Doctor :   are you having any symptoms at present?
User :   No just sleepy but I usually go to bed at about 9:30 anyway and I have a sore throught witch is the reason I took the meds in the first place.
Doctor :   ok. you can go to sleep. have someone keep watch on you
User :   ok Thank you.
Doctor :   for monitoring breathing and development of symptoms like breathing trouble, apnea etc
Doctor :   ifg you feel nausea, or dizziness, or trouble in breathing rush to ER (emergency room) or urgent care
User :   ok I will do so . Thanks again I feel like I can relax now.
Doctor :   is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   Nope just wanted to make sure I didn't overdose
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