Can You Die from an Overdose of Aspirin?


Yes, death can occur from an overdose of Aspirin. Acetyl-salicylic acid is considered a mildly poisonous ingredient, and a overdose of this ingredient can cause a person to seize, enter into a coma, or even halt breathing capability.
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Well it wouldn't knock you out. You would sit there while you slowly bleed to death from the inside and it could take days. The Human oral LD50 is ESTIMATED at 357 mg/kg. Other references
Not medical advice: Taking more than 150mg/kg of aspirin can be fatal roughly equal to taking 20 tablets containing 325mg aspirin. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February
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