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I got red urine after few tequila shots and red drug

Hi Doc!i went to a pub last friday and out of sheer excitement being offered a free tequilla shot by a famous DJ I consumed it.After some 15-20 mins I was lying on the speakers head down and slept off. I dint drink much. I puked many times and it was reddish in color. Wen i passed urine it was also reddish. I was completely out of my senses that I couldnt walk on my own and had to be carried back home.Please advise.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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It would have been good if you were taken to hospital and got a stomach wash done because added ingredients in the tequilla could have caused renal dysfunction and bleeding. If you have any problems like blurred vision, weakness, abdominal pain, please go to the ER immediately for antidote after they get a toxin screen done on your blood.
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