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Is there any home remedy to flush out extra doses of aspirin and exedrine ?

My friend took too many Extra Strength Exedrines (3) and added an additional 8 aspirins also,within a very short amount of time. He made it through the night but still feels quezzy. His main first symptom was abdominal pain , then became very dizzy. He made it through the nite, but still does not feel the samel Could we give him some home remedy to help absorb or to pass the stuff out of him? Any suggestions? Thanks Sharon Bay Area, California
Asked On : Wed, 4 May 2011
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Hi sharon;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The over dose of drugs is i guess self drugging to get a high so please tell him not to do such things again or he may land up in trouble.Aspirin causes severe acidity and can cause bleeding from stomach and exedrines containing i guess ephidrine can cause high BP so the combination is potentially dangerous.As for comfort from pain in abdomen you can give him cold milk and he should feel better also get him to a doctor to get examined and he will prescribe some antacid to get relief.
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