Vitamins come in a variety of forms (gummies, chewable tablets, capsules) and are appealing to children as some of them are flavoured to taste like candy. Large, one-time ingestions of multivitamins are generally not a problem unless they contain iron, which can cause toxicity in smaller amounts. Vitamin A can be concerning, but usually requires a very large ingestion to result in toxicity.
Low, unless vitamins contain iron.
- Possible upset stomach (discomfort, nausea, isolated episode of vomiting or diarrhea.
- Stomach symptoms may be more severe if iron ingested.
- Provide something to drink for dilution.
- Call the Poison Centre for further advice.
- This product should be locked up and out of sight with all of your other household medicines.
- Always keep this product in its original container.
- Every case is different. OPC is available 24hrs/day to provide information for your individual situation. Call 1-800-268-9017 (Toll-free) or 416-813-5900 (Local).