Spasmo Proxyvon Overdose Side Effect

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Sanju Says:
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please tell me the symptoms for overdose intake of SP tablet.

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David Says:

Hi Sanju,

According to an article I found on, an overdose of Spasmo Proxyvon can actually be fatal.

From what I've read, an overdose of Spasmo Proxyvon could also cause atrophic effects on the body as well.

Some of these symptoms can include: restlessness, abnormal behavior, incoherence of thought & speech, convulsions, dry mouth, dilated pupils, irregular heartbeat, delirium, hallucinations, central nervous system collapse, and even respiratory depression.

In case of overdose it would also be wise to seek immediate medical attention as soon as possible.

I hope this info helps!

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calmboy Says:
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Bhosdikey dose Kam karle mujhe bhi padey the fits. Ab tak 5-6 Baar pad gae. Jhatke bhi lagte hai, regular dose mat Liya Kar, mera MATLAB bar bar ekdumekdum thoda 3 ghnte ka break Liya Kar aur bhar ghuma Kar dosto ke sath time passs Kara kar.

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Kumar Says:
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I've been addicted to spasmo proxyvone for the past 3 years. Please advise.

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mayank Says:

Main din men do baar men 48 capsules khata hun chorne ki bht koshishen ki par. Chorte hi meri body mera dimag kuch kaam nhi krta pagalon sa ho jata hun kai raton men nind nhi aati kya karun or kaise isko chorun.

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Shubham Says:
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Recently I swallowed 8 capsules and got myself into a strong fit... Now I stopped taking these capsules.

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Stifler Says:
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Fruit juice is the best to treat a guy suffering from SP or N10 pills...salt is good but fruit juice is the best. Let the person vomit it.

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Rohit Says:
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Re: mayank (# 4)

Make an appointment with Dr. Deepak moyal at yashoda hospital in ghaziabad.... He would definitely help u... I guarantee it.

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ashu Says:
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please i have leave Spasmo proxyvon my one day capacity in 32 capsules. so please help me

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