Rocaltrol (Thread 174201)

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What are the side affects too much Rocaltrol Ca 0.25mcq

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If someone has taken too much, you should call a poison center or take them to the emergency room immediately, not be posting online waiting for an answer, almost any med has the potential to cause severe organ damage or death if too much is taken, either accidentally or intentionally.

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