5 Aug 2009
No, Diphenhydramine should not cause liver or kidney damage if given at recommended doses (ie 25mg to 50mg up to 4 times day) for a long period of time. However long term use of diphenhydramine is not recommended.
For more information visit : http://www.drugs.com/cdi/diphenhydramine.html
- Diphenhydramine Information for Consumers
- Diphenhydramine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Diphenhydramine (detailed)
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Is this true?
1 answer • 12 Mar 2012
I've been taking 3 to 4 thousand mgs of acetaminophen every day for almost a year - can I expect to have kidney/liver damage from this?
2 answers • 10 Nov 2012
I take it for tremors, was told it could cause liver, kidney damage
1 answer • 3 Feb 2013
Didn't mean it w damaged. If there would be any damage. Time heals everything!
2 answers • 5 May 2013
Is there a certain time period until this drug starts causing Glomerular nephritis, can 8mg a day a period of 3 month affect your kidneys or liver.
1 answer • 29 May 2013