Don't ask that here. People can't reply fast enough. Read the warnings on the bottle and call a doctor or poison control center to find the answer. But yes. If you've taken more than ten 25mg pills, you might be developing a stomach ulcer, or internal stomach bleeding. It's not usually life-threatening though, but have a doctor look at you right away.
Depends on how serious the stomach injury is, it can be from a couple hours, to a couple weeks, or in the worst case never
will taking benadryl affect fasting for cholesterol test
Yes after the other medicine wears off u can take theraful after 4 r 6 hours after taking benadryl
I just called the emergency clinic because my basset has hives from who knows what. We've been giving her 50mg of benadryl every 8 hours and she is 65lbs. Its supposed to be 1mg per pound. They said that we can give her the benadryl every 4-6 hours for now since she has hives.
DefinitionAn overdose is when you take more than the normal or recommended amount of something, usually a drug. An overdose may result in serious, harmful symptoms or death.If you take too much of something on purpose, it is called an intentional or deliberate overdose.If the overdose happens by mistake, it is called an accidental overdose. For example, a young child may accidentally take an adult's heart medication.Your doctor may refer to an overdose as an ingestion. Ingestion means you swallowed something.An overdose is not the same as a poisoning, although the effects can be the same. Poisoning occurs when someone or something (such as the environment) exposes you to dangerous chemicals, plants, or other harmful substance without your knowledge.InformationAn overdose may be mild, moderate, or serious. Symptoms, treatment, and recovery depend on the specific drug involved. For more information see:Acetaminophen and codeine overdoseAcetaminophen overdoseAdrenergic bronchodilators overdoseAminophylline overdoseAmitriptyline and perphenazine overdoseAmitriptyline hydrochloride overdoseAspirin overdoseBacitracin overdoseBacitracin zinc overdoseBeta blockers overdoseBirth control pills overdoseBrompheniramine overdoseButazolidin overdoseCaffeine overdoseCalcium antagonist overdoseCalcium carbonate overdoseCampho-Phenique overdoseCardiac glycoside overdoseCastor oil overdoseChlordiazepoxide overdoseChlormerodrin overdoseChlorpromazine overdoseCodeine overdoseCompazine overdoseContac overdoseCorticosteroids overdoseCyproheptadine overdoseDesipramine hydrochloride overdoseDextromethorphan overdoseDiazepam overdoseDiclofenac sodium overdoseDilantin overdoseDimenhydrinate overdoseDiphenhydramine hydrochloride overdoseEstrogen overdoseEthanol overdoseEucalyptus oil overdoseEugenol oil overdoseFenoprofen calcium overdoseFluoride overdoseHeroin overdoseHydrocodone and acetaminophen overdoseHydrogen peroxide overdoseHydromorphone overdoseHydroxyzine overdoseIbuprofen overdoseImipramine overdoseIndomethacin overdoseIodine overdoseIron overdoseIsopropanol overdoseKetoprofen overdoseLaxative overdoseLithium overdoseLomotil overdoseMeclofenamate overdoseMenthol overdoseMeperidine hydrochloride overdoseMeprobamate overdoseMerbromin overdoseMethadone overdoseMethanol overdoseMethapyrilene hydrochloride overdoseMethyl salicylate overdoseMineral oil overdoseMorphine overdoseMouthwash overdoseMultiple vitamin overdoseNitroglycerin overdoseOral hypoglycemics overdoseOxazepam overdosePentazocine overdosePentobarbital overdosePeppermint oil overdosePercocet overdosePercodan overdosePeriactin overdosePhencyclidine overdosePhenindamine overdosePheniramine overdosePhenobarbital overdosePhenothiazine overdosePhenylbutazone overdosePhenytoin overdosePiroxicam overdosePromethazine overdosePropoxyphene overdoseSassafras oil overdoseSecobarbital overdoseSports cream overdoseSulindac overdoseThiazide overdoseThyroid preparation overdoseToothpaste overdoseTrazodone hydrochloride overdoseVicks VapoRub overdoseZinc oxide overdoseThe National Poison Control Center (1-800-222-1222) can be called from anywhere in the United States. It is a free and confidential service. You should call if you have any questions about an overdose, poisoning, or poison prevention. It does NOT need to be an emergency. You can call for any reason, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.See: Poison control center - emergency numberReferencesKulig K. General approach to the poisoned patient. In: Marx J, ed. Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice. 6th ed. St Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2006:chap 145.
im debating the same thine right now, i took benadryl like 8 hours ago, but i want to take NyQuil now.
No, you do not want to mix two anti-inflammatory medications. These are hard on the stomach and can cause internal bleeding if you overdose on them. Naproxen should be taken every twelve hours, so you can take something else after 10 hours. Indomethacin should be taken every 8 hours, so you can take something else after 6 hours.
1 to 2 mgs per pound every 12 hours... no tylenol, make sure its ingredient is dyphenhydramine, or benadryl@
Depends how big the pieces are, how big the person's stomach is, how used to large meals they are, how much they've eaten in the 12 hours or so before the pizza-fest, and whether or not the pizza's laced with arsenic. But theoretically, yes, it is entirely possible. Also, your stomach would likely force you to vomit long before you get to the point where you're risking serious injury or death from pizza overdose.
Benadryl only lasts for 4-6 hours. There may still be some Diphenhydramine in your system up to 24 hours after taking the drug.Take one shot see how sleepy you get.
if by overuse you mean overdose, there is no known "antidote" that can stop a continuing rise in blood serum levels. however, if the overdose was recent, stomach pumping (gastric lavage) may be appropriate in an ER setting, and if the overdose was hours ago and the effects are continuing to worsen, some benzodiazepines like lorazepam (ativan) can be useful in calming the patient's nerves and anxiety that can result from overdose, as well as help prevent seizures, which are common in large adderall overdoses. supportive care is the only treatment.
it stays in the stomach for 4 hours
Synthroid and Omeprazole should always be taken on an empty stomach. These two is better when took a few hours apart then together but there had not been any reports of serious problems when took together.
yes it should be out there system by then
For about 3 hours.
For about 3 hours.
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Benadryl is anti tissue expectorant diphhydramine hydrocholoride cough syrup and is effect within 20-30 minutes of administration.It works for almost 6-8 hours.
You can mix them, but only do so every 4 to 6 hours.
8 hours, or until you sleep and wake up again.
You can safely give your pet dog Benadryl 1mg per 1 lb. every 8 hours. For instance, your 50 lbs dog could take up to 50mg of Benadryl every 8 hours.