Paracetamol side effects: The sign when eating that could signal it's time to ‘stop using'


In case you’re not familiar, jaundice describes the yellowing of your skin or the whites of your eyes.

The health portal Patient shares that jaundice can occur due to paracetamol poisoning.

Poisoning induced by the painkiller can trigger acute liver failure, which might leave you with yellowish skin or eyes.

In general, jaundice appears when you have high blood levels of bilirubin, which is a bile pigment, in your body.


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