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Breaking the pills between the teeth can cause adverse effects on the body

Breaking the pills between the teeth can cause adverse effects on the body

Breaking the pills between your teeth, before swallowing them, can cause severe side effects that can sometimes be fatal, experts in the field warn, quoted by the ANI news agency.

Breaking the pills between your teeth, before swallowing them, can cause severe side effects that can sometimes be fatal, experts in the field warn, quoted by the ANI news agency.
A group of UK pharmaceutical experts has drawn attention to the fact that most pills are wrapped in a special film that causes the release of substances into the body gradually.
Breaking them before swallowing does nothing but cancel this affect and produce imbalance in the body.
Specialists have warned that drugs such as tamoxifen and morphine, which are used in breast cancer treatments, as well as other such pills prescribed by the doctor, should never be broken as it could cause the patient's death.


Source: Rompres
October 27, 2006