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Liver damage due to overdose of painkillers - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   HOw can I help you ?
User :   what happens when the crocin tablet is taken in large ammount
Doctor :   IT shall lead to hepatic Necrosis
Doctor :   that would be liver Cell damage
User :   if i take 6 crocin tablet at a time then what happens
User :   what when liver is damaged
Doctor :   the extent of the damage will depend on the previous damage to the liver due to the other preexistant conditions
Doctor :   Paracetamol increases the risk of liver damage in chronic alcoholics.
Doctor :   If the patient has been taking some other Medications previously then there can be Drug interactions
Doctor :   hence worsening the damage
User :   if i take take the 5 crocin at a time then it will give side effect in immiadtely
User :   sir plz help me
Doctor :   Have you taken them now
User :   ya
Doctor :   ok
User :   6
Doctor :   It shall not give you any symptoms iommediately but once the Drug has been absorbed into your Blood that shall be 30-45min later you shall start manoifesting
Doctor :   manifesting the Symptoms

Doctor :   Nausea, allergic reactions, skin rashes, acute renal tubular necrosis, are the once that you might need to ;lookout for
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