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#1 castillo

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Posted 02 August 2018 - 07:06 AM

QUICK CAN SOMEONE TELL ME AN ANTIDOTE FOR GRAVOL OVERDOSE??  CHARCOAL???  WILL IT LEAVE MY BODY IN 8 HOURS.   I was on high doses of birth control for bleeding that made me nauseous and I needed gravol for the nausea..bleeding has stopped but should I drink lots of water??  I think gravol has an anticholinergics effect.. Should I eat eggs??

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Posted 03 August 2018 - 04:53 AM

So I quickly stuffed several hard boiled yolks in my mouth last night and the side effects lessened a little.  I seem to not react well to anticholinergenic meds and my only other options are the Dicletin which is another anticholinergenic med or zofran which I only have several pills of since insurance doesn't cover it.  But I am scared of the side effects of Zofran since I took 2 years to taper off 10 years use of SSRIs and went through major withdrawals for 4 years and still not completely recovered.  I don't know what to do.

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