If a nine year old took 1 teaspoon twice a day and was suppose to take only a half teaspoon. what side effects and are there any long terms effects it could cause him
The first thing I would do is contact poison control or your pharmacist. They will direct you from there. Here are the side effects of taking a higher dose of Lodrane. Hope this helps and I wish you good luck!
Drowsy, Insomnia, Thick Bronchial Secretions
General Weakness, Nausea, Pallor, Pulse Changes, Vomiting
Abdominal Pain with Cramps, Allergic Reactions, Anorexia, Blood Dyscrasias, Blurred Vision, Bradycardia, Conduction Disorder of the Heart, Dizziness, Dry Nose, Dry Throat, Dyspnea, Dysuria, Excitement, Extrasystoles, Hallucinations, Headache Disorder, Hyperhidrosis, Hypertension, Impaired Cognition, Nervousness, Nightmares, Palpitations, Pruritus of Skin, Skin Photosensitivity, Skin Rash, Tachyarrhythmia, Tinnitus, Tonic Clonic Seizure, Tremors, Urticaria, Visual Changes, Xerostomia
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