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Some people were probably buying the drug to make speed or taking it in excess to get high

Anybody taking pseudoephedrine in excess to get high is in for a big surprise. High dosages of pseudoephedrine have very unpleasant side effects. Laura

Don't I know it. I was prescribed a dosage of 600mg in a time-released form. Even though I took it after a meal, it made me so sick I couldn't believe it. And it only got worse because it had only just started. I took that one and only one. The rest were flushed.

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Well, would you?
circa Sun, 16 Nov 2003 11:13:43 -0500, in rec.pets.cats.health+behav, Cathy Friedmann (Email Removed) said,
That happens w/ nasal decongestant sprays, but my guess here is diarrhea, since one's system would be 'jumped up'. Don't know if I'm right or not...

Extreme agitation, jitteriness, twitchiness, excitability, tension, muscular discomfort, insomnia, headache, nausea, dizziness, heart palpitations...
Not pleasant.
Laura

Every silver lining has a cloud around it.
I suppose the dosage for a cat would depend on the way they metabolize it.I have no clue but there ... for a cat and vice verse. I wonder ifthey have a PDR for animals or would that be a VDR?

Yes, they do - I've seen my vet consult it, but I don't remember what it's called.
Cathy

"Staccato signals of constant information..."
("The Boy in the Bubble") Paul Simon
Could use one of them huh. My Mom used to get me the previous years PDR when she worked at a hospital. I was glad I had that a number of times when my son's doctors would prescribe a med that conflicted with the seizure meds he was on. I never used to bother filling his prescriptions before checking the PDR first.
Wendy