Is it possible to overdose on Nexium esomeprazole? Can it take your life?
- 2 Apr 2012 by emptyo_O
- nexium, esomeprazole, overdose
12 Jul 2012
Hello emptyo. Yes, I imagine you could. Given the amount of any drug overdoses, if in large enough amounts could likely be fatal. Be safe and take Nexium as directed per your doctor. Best of wishes, pledge
14 Jul 2012
Why are you asking? Do you feel suicidal? If so call your distress centre for help please!
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