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Will i die from overdose if i take 1,700 mg of atarax?

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Dr. John Chiu
Allergy and Immunology 58 years experience
Remote: Since Atarax does have some cardiovascular effects, at 1700 mg it may remotely possibly cause problem for people with a cardiac rhythm issue. Far more common would be drowsiness, dry mouth, and even constipation. If you are contemplating suicide, I urge you to call the suicide hotline ASAP.

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