Over-the-counter painkillers are not strong enough to give you that reaction just by taking two of them, even if they're "extra-strength".
So YDI. There are only a few possibilities:
- By "two very strong painkillers" you meant that you mixed two different types of painkillers.
- You took painkillers that were prescribed rather than over-the-counter. Sub-possibilities:
- - You took painkillers prescribed for someone else.
- - You took more than the doctor-recommended dose.
- You mixed painkillers with alcohol, or other drugs (whether prescribed or recreational) without knowing the effects/contacting your doctor.
No matter how it happened, you did something pretty epically retarded.
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Taking "strong" painkillers without any prescription or control = not too smart.
Taking two doses simultaneously or mixing drugs = pretty frigging dumb.
Sorry about your leg and test OP, but YDI no doubt.
Speak your mind, but please try and be respectful.
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