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when does overdose affect organs

By November 8, 2015 - 8:12pm
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Ive been overdosing a lot since i was fourteen im twenty three now and i still want to but my question is how long does it typically take for overdose to start to affect your organs cause right now no affects to my health

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Hi yogibear
What are you over-dosing on?

Damage can start very early - just because you feel ok, it doesn't mean your organs are ok. Long-term damage can be starting already. Organs affected are often the kidneys, liver and also the heart (a muscle).

Your main concern should be getting therapy; you're committing a slow suicide by overdosing.


November 9, 2015 - 6:20am
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