Question by  worker49 (37)

What happens in a potassium overdose?

Would it kill you?


Answer by  Krissy0608 (13)

During a potassium overdose, you may develop palpitations, stomach cramps, diarrhea, muscle weakness, fatigue, dry skin, heart failure and death. The medical term for a potassium overdose is Hyperkalemia. This may be developed through kidney problems, severe infections or use of potassium dieretics.


Answer by  thisismenow (69)

A potassium overdose can cause different symptoms. The most severe being heart failure. Other less severe symptoms are stomach cramps, muscle spasms, and diarrhea.

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