Paracetamol Poisoning

Paracetamol poisoning occurs due to excessive intake of Paracetamol. The risk factors of Paracetamol poisoning are malnutrition, certain medications, and alcoholism. The initial symptoms are feeling tired, abdominal pain, or nausea. After two days, blood clotting problems, confusion, and yellowish skin occur as a result of liver failure. The other complications are kidney failure, pancreatitis, and lactic acidosis.

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What can happen to a person having 14 Crocin 650 mg tablets at once?

Query: Hi doctor, My friend has taken 14 tablets of Crocin 650 mg at a time? What can we do now? Is there any ayurveda treatment for that?  Read Full »


Dr. Arul

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Crocin is a Paracetamol drug. Your friend has consumed 14 tablets of Paracetamol which is a very high dose. It can cause the following side effects: Nausea and vomiting. Diarrhea and abdominal pain. Low blood pressure and low blood glucose level. Headache and skin all...  Read Full »

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