What should I do if I overdose on Dilantin-125?

If you take too much Dilantin-125, you may begin to feel confused, lethargic, or sleepy. You may have trouble controlling your muscle movements, begin to stagger, and have slow or slurred speech. Other symptoms can include: fever, twitching or involuntary movement of the eyeballs, swollen gums, and vomiting. If you suspect that you have taken an overdose of Dilantin, do not attempt to vomit. Call 911 or your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

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