Beware! An overdose of pain killers may damage your kidneys
Vizianagaram: A woman in Gantada mandal used to consume painkillers for all pains, including headaches and leg pain, without consulting a doctor. After a few years, her two kidneys were damaged and now, she is undergoing dialysis. Also, a man from Vizianagaram had his kidneys damaged due to excessive consumption of painkillers.
Not only these two .. many people are suffering from kidney problems as they consumed painkillers for even minor aches and pains. These pills, which are used for temporary pain relief, are bringing new illnesses. Many people taking an overdose on pills though they may get relief after taking rest.
There are 350 to 400 clinics, corporate hospitals and nursing homes across the district. Similarly, there are 68 PHCs, 20 urban primary health centers, 11 CHCs, District Central Hospital, Parvathipuram Area Hospital and Ghosha Hospital in the joint Vijayanagaram district. Similarly, there are 1,500 to 2,000 RMPs. The respective hospitals and RMPs are buying pain killers worth Rs 5 crore.
Doctors have to diagnose and prescribe medication for any illness. But now, the salesboys in the drugstores have become doctors. Medications are given directly without a doctor's prescription. This is leading to new health problems due to the consumption of pain killers. So, beware of pain killers as they may give you temporary relief to you, but will permanently damage your health.