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Do Not Use These Drugs For Long, They Can Damage Kidney - Medical Doctor Warns

Hello Ghanians, I would like to share with you drugs you that must not take in excess for your health safety.

While going through my Twitter page today, I saw a post by a Twitter user (@ Aproko Doctor) who is a medical doctor that warned against prolonged usage of some drugs (NSAIDS).

An overdose can lead to serious medical complications, including death. The severity of a drug overdose depends on the drug, the amount taken, and the physical and medical history of the person who overdosed.


Some drugs may cause kidney damage or failure, either directly or indirectly, from dehydration, dangerous increases in body temperature, and muscle breakdown.

All medicines have side effects, and lists of them are fairly easy to find. You can call your doctor or your pharmacy, read package inserts or look up information on websites such as Drugs.com and RxList.com.

1. Ibuprofen: it's far broadly used for its ache-relieving and anti inflammatory impact. It additionally lowers the temperature of the frame, and excessive use can damage the liver.


2. Diclofenac: it's far used to cure frame ache. Its immoderate use can lessen the blood waft to the kidney.


Three. Felvin: this is typically utilized by women for menstrual pain. Its excessive use can damage Kidney.


4. Alabunkun: it's far used to cure complications, catarrh, and cold. Its excessive use also can result in ache within the kidney or kidney damage.


Five. Naproxen: it's far used to cure frame pains and other discomforts In the body. Its immoderate use can also reduce blood glide to the body.


6 Procold: it is used to cure headaches and fever. Its excessive use can reduce blood drift to the kidney.


The above-mentioned drugs also are referred to as Nonsteroidal anti inflammatory tablets (NSAIDS). Take observe.

Most street drugs, including heroin, cocaine and ecstasy can cause high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure and even death, in some cases from only one use. Cocaine, heroin and amphetamines also can cause kidney damage.


If anyone believes they have a problem with the functioning of their kidneys or a substance use disorder, they should contact a licensed medical professional.

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