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How Many Disprin Tablets Leads To Overdose
I had a chronic overdose on aspirin, and took about 500 tablets each 350 mg, what's the chance of my liver being damaged?
Not sure.: Not sure how you took this, but toxic effects of Aspirin are noted at time of acute overdose not at some point later. Peak levels occur within a few hours and half life is a few hours unless very large quantities are taken when half lives may be measured up to thirty hours. It would seem that if you are fine now you have not overwhelmed your liver and your function should remain normal. ...Read more
If you are having:
Thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the National suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk (1-800-273-8255) for support.
ASA overdose: Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002542.htm. Depending on how many you took and other physiologic factors it can be very serious. Look at the list in the above link. Get help. ...Read more
Absolutely: It could very well cause fatal consequences. ...Read more
Why: I would first be concerned about you reason for asking the question. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how much you took, how well your kidneys work, and what the pH is of your urine (which in turn depends on other medications and foods you take). Aspirin overdose is a serious and potentially fatal condition. Whether taken intentionally or by accident, please seek immediate help in the er. ...Read more
How often?: High dose Aspirin can be corrosive to your lower esophagus and stomach lining and cause ulcers. Also, unlike lower doses, it cause increased coagulation at higher dosages. If you took it once or twice, you may escape damage, but don't make it a habit. ...Read more
Follow up...: If you took a massive amount of Aspirin I would definitely get a formal medical evaluation in order to get labs done and make sure everything is alright. At this time without those we cannot tell if there has been any resultant problems due to Aspirin overdose. It depends also on how much you actually took. ...Read more
Can you tell me for which of the following conditions would it potentially be dangerous to give someone a tablet of aspirin?
Aspirin do/don'ts: Obviously anyone allergic to aspirin. Do not give to children with fevers. Do not give to people taking blood thinners unless ok'd by their healthcare provider. Do not give to people with history of stomach ulcers or stomach/intestinal bleeding. Do not give to people with a history of acid reflux disease (heart burn). Do not give to people with history of bleeding problems. ...Read more
Would I be able to live in full life after I overdosed on aspirin in 2012. the level went up to 75. or have it perhaps damaged my body?
You should be fine:
There is no lasting damage from salicylate overdose.
So don't spend much time worrying about that, rather concentrate on managing your life so that depression will not interfere with it. There are many useful resources online, but most people will need help from time to time and/or medications from a professional.
Good luck, and congratulations for tending to your physical & mental health! ...Read more
Huh?: Don't take an overdose of aspirin! The dose for adults is: 325-650 mg every 4 hours as needed. For children, the dose is: 10-15 mg/kg every 4-6 hours with a maximum daily dose of 60-80 mg/kg. If you get ringing in the ears, stomach upset or nausea, lower the dose. Follow these instructions and you will avoid an Aspirin overdose. ...Read more
Don't do it:
You'll feel sicker than you ever have before, and perhaps worse than you thought possible. Your stomach will hurt terribly, and you'll feel like you're smothering. I am sure this is not what you want.
Matt, bro, these are thoughts you should not be having. You don't deserve this agony, and you can find something better than death anyplace. Talk to your physician. There's help. Cheers. ...Read more
See below: Aspirin poisoning or salicylism can be acute or chronic. A single overdose may cause acute poisoning; continuous usage of an elevated dosage over long periods of time may cause chronic poisoning. Acute overdose has a mortality rate of 2%. Chronic overdose is more commonly lethal with a mortality rate of 25% chronic overdose may be especially severe in children. ...Read more
Well it sure would: Not be pleasant. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, seizure, fever, confusion, fever, coma. Are you considering taking an overdose? If you have a suicide plan & the desire to act on it, please be seen at your nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911. If you have thoughts of suicide that aren't imminent get into treatment with a psychologist &/or a psychiatrist. ...Read more
Too much...: An Aspirin overdose occurs when someone takes more Aspirin than what is recommended. An intentional overdose occurs when someone takes more than what is recommended with the intent of doing harm to themselves whereas an accidental overdose occurs when there is no such intent. (for example, perhaps the person forgot that they already took a dose earlier and take another dose, etc.). ...Read more
Doctor or er: Please go to your doctor or the ER right away. This could be stomach or intestinal bleeding or irritation. ...Read more
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