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This is not homework but couldn't find this I wan tot know if you can take to much potassium gluconate? I once had to wait on one of my surgery's because my potassium was to low and know the risk of that but can you take to much and what will happen if you do?

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    If your kidneys are functioning properly, your body rids itself of excess Potassium. If they are not working right, you can have potassium toxicity

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