How many DOAN'S EXTRA STRENGTH pills are considered to be an unsafe amount?


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Doan's extra strength pills can be taken up to four times a day, if bought over the counter. Alternatively, follow the instructions given to you by your doctor. Either way, you should never take more than the recommended dose - this will indeed be an unsafe amount to consume. It could damage your health and could even lead to the medication becoming less effective in the future. Use your Doan's extra strength pills as advised by your doctor or pharmacist to gain maximum usage out of them.

  • What are Doan's extra strength pills for?
Doan's extra strength pills are designed to prevent pain and swelling, particularly in joint areas. It can relieve symptoms associated with arthritis including joint stiffness and inflammation. They are usually taken by those of the older generation, although they are suitable for anyone over the age of 16. The pills become effective a few hours after beginning to take them, and are best taken early in the morning and then at regular times throughout the day - perhaps with meals. It should be noted that those taking antibiotics should avoid taking Doan's extra strength pills at the same time - try to leave around two hours between medication doses.

  • Possible side effects associated with taking too many Doan's extra strength pills
If you are taking a higher dose than necessary, you are likely to experience a range of side effects, such as sickness and vomiting. These reactions represent your body telling you to take fewer pills each day. You could also have feelings of faintness or slight pain in the chest. Other side effects experienced by a minority of patients include hearing problems and excessive weight gain. If any of these symptoms occur, stop taking the medication and seek the attention of a doctor.

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