overdose affects

Discussion in 'After Effects' started by Oceans, Jul 15, 2013.

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  1. Oceans

    Oceans Well-Known Member

    I took an overdose three days ago and I have reduced urine output. Does that mean my kidney is damaged? Any experiences? I have doctor's appointment booked in 4 days, that's the earliest.
  2. JmpMster

    JmpMster Have a question? Message Me Staff Member Forum Owner ADMIN

    It could mean many things. If you cannot get a regular Dr appt sooner I would seriously consider an emergency visit.
  3. Hello. First - I am glad you are still here.....

    I too have done a number of overdoses, using a number of different things (I do not want to go into specifics - because I do not want to break any rules OR give anyone any ideas). I can also say- I did my research before I did my ODs. And each one of them was supposidely lethal (some of which I doubled the lethal amounts). Guess I should not have trusted the numbers that were presented to me by google.

    POINT being - there is no one answer to what works, AND there is no way of a layperson to tell you if you have done any permanent damage.

    I waited nearly three years before I sought help. And I hope you will seek help too (without waiting). Here is why..... First - it will bring you peace to know that you either are okay, or you can be repaired. Secondly, your doctor can prescribe some meds that may help you get past your depression (some meds work, some dont).

    I understand you probably have a fear of admitting your suicide attempt to anyone. BUT, I can promise you that you will not be "locked up" or anything remotely like that. Your doctor will either simply prescribe meds, or refer you to a specialist (head shrink). The ONLY way you will go to the nut house is if you outright say or imply that you are about to attempt another suicide soon.

    - this does assume you live in the USA. I do not know about other countries laws.

    Either way, I wish you the best and wish Gods blessings to you.
  4. total eclipse

    total eclipse SF Friend Staff Alumni

    Hun go to emergency ok if you took a lethal dose then yes your kidneys will be affected ok go and get some help so no further damage will be done Hugs
  5. mpang123

    mpang123 Well-Known Member

    Whenever I overdose, I get checked by ER to make sure I have no damage to my liver or kidneys and such. Yes, sometimes I saved myself from possible severe damage to my organs but luckily I got checked in time. Whenever you OD, it's a shock to your system and it's best to check before something does happen.
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