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Took expired pills. Had vomitting, stomachaches, diarrhoea, pain below sternum. Solution?

Hi, On Monday I took three NanoX9 nitric oxide pills, they were from 2009, dumb idea I know but a few hours later I started vomiting and spent the next about 12-14 hours throwing up, stomach aches, and by wednesday I felt near back to ok, with alot of farting, yesterday I started experiencing watery diarrhea . Today I have been suffering severe pain/pressure right below my sternum. Wondering if theirs anything I can do to alleviate the pain.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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thank you for your query
nanoX9 has been noticed to have side effects even in people taking it in regular dose.
these include-
Blood Pressure Fluctuations

it acts by increasing blood flow in the arteries by dilating them.
hence taking an expired drug is a matter of concern.
your diarrhoea n vomiting will persist for few days until the whole drug is expelled from your system.
if the symptoms persist for more than 3 days kindly consukt your GP

till then drink loads of water and dont take anu new nanox9 tablets.

thank you for your query,
wishing you good health

Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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