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Can overdose of clonidine cause a heart attack?

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Rajive Goel 27 Aug 2010

An overdose with clonidine may cause the following problems:

High blood pressure at first, followed by low blood pressure; A slow heart rate
Shallow or slow breathing; Low body temperature; Drowsiness; Decreased reflexes; Weakness; Irritability; Constricted, pinpoint pupils; An irregular heart rhythm; Coma; Seizures.

The above might cause heart attack too, however please double check it with the doc/pharmacist.

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