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Can I take too much acetaminophen?

It is possible to take too much acetaminophen. Too much acetaminophen can result in an overdose, of which symptoms include: flu-like conditions, yellow skin and eyes, pain in the upper stomach, abnormal bleeding and bruising, fatigue, increased perspiration, loss of appetite, vomiting and nausea. If you experience symptoms of an acetaminophen overdose, make sure to contact your doctor immediately.

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