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This depends on the type of pill you are taking, but there are a few good rules to follow. You may also want to talk with your doctor when your medication is prescribed, in case something like this happens. Less than 30 minutes after - take the pill again (this is what should happen in the situation you described) More than 90 minutes after - definitely don'...


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TL;DR: The only time you should induce vomiting is if the patient is showing no signs or symptoms and you are directed to by poison control or EMS dispatch. If you have a pill overdose situation and there are any complications such as altered level of consciousness, difficulty breathing, etc., then you want to get emergency medical (EMS) involved ...


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Vomiting does not restore alertness. It might rouse them from their stupor because of the physical activity it involves, but it does nothing specific to increase their level of consciousness. If vomiting accomplishes this temporary feat, vigorous efforts to rouse them would probably accomplish the same. Trust me, people can and do choke to death on their own ...


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Physiology, Chemoreceptor Trigger Zone (StatPearls): Nausea and vomiting are controlled by the vomiting center in the medulla oblongata, which is located between the brainstem and spinal cord. The main part of the vomiting center is the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ), also known as the area postrema (AP), which receives signals from: the blood (uremia, ...


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Some ways which are said to decrease motion sickness include: Try having ginger candies or ginger tea ginger If possible stare at the horizon or anything that doesn't move(stationary). American academy regarding motion Don't see any sort of digital things or avoid reading books... Regarding books and nausea Try chewing gums or crackers which decrease ...


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There are multiple questions here so I'll tackle them one by one. Your initial question: Can a gummy bear give me diabetes? One giant gummy bear, alone, is very unlikely to give you diabetes. I don't want to say indefinitely, because nothing in health is a definite. However, the likely hood is so close to 0% I would consider it insignificant. Next, you ...


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My nephew had FPIES, he is also IgA deficient & has general food sensitivities & my looking into seems to indicate that these things are linked simply meaning that having FPIES does have some influence on an increase in having other food sensitivities (as well as being IgA deficient). You may want to have your child tested for IgA deficiency if that ...


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