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What happens if you take 15,000 mg of metoprolol succinate (beta blocker)?

What happens if you take 15,000 mg of metoprolol succinate (beta blocker)? these tablets are called betaloc CR. what happens if you take 150 of them? is it enough to make your heart stop to die? or is there a possibility that you might end in a coma or have a stroke or even worse end up with locked in syndrome? how much mg should you take to make sure you die? i m 102 lbs if that helps
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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The dose you are talking about is a lethal dose or could put you in a coma, cause heart failure, cardiac arrest and many other complications and life long problems, but at this high of a dosage would probably cause death if you were not gotten to the hospital in time. You should call (1-800-784-2433) or (1-800-273-8255). These are the numbers to the suicide hotlines. The is a free call and there are trained professionals 24 hours per day to assist you. You can remain anonymous. Please call the above numbers and talk to someone. Please also think about your loved ones. Also please visit these websites: Best wishes to you.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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