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Is it possible to overdose on Akineton?

It is possible to take too much Akineton. Signs of an overdose include enlarged pupils, dry skin, flushed face, dry mouth and fever. Other signs of an overdose are speedy or irregular heartbeat, feelings of anxiety, confusion or agitation and hyperactivity. An overdose can also cause seizures or loss of consciousness. If you suspect you've taken too much Akineton, call 911 immediately.

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