Having formerly worked as a co-director in a Pain Clinic, I don't like Mybulen. It combines paracetamol ( as in Panado ) ; ibuprofen ( as in Brufen & many others ) and Codeine ( a relative of morphine, and too often used too loosely in South Africa ). Among other good reasons, I don't like such products which combine different major drugs, as you cannot increase or decrease the dosage of any one of them without changing the others, too. Far better, if that specific combination is considered desirable, to give them individually, so each can be adjusted to suit the situation.
In overdose, each component has it's own particular risks.
Paracetamol can cause liver problems starting day later rather than immediately. But with the sort of test results you describe, you're probably all right so long as you take proper care of yourself from now on.
I can't imagine why anyone would have done a scan of your gallbladder at all, let alone twice, as that's not likely to have been affected by such a overdose.
What troubles me most is that there seems to be too much focus on the purely physical effects of the overdose, and not enough focus on why you took it, and on sorting our whatever psychological problems and issues led to that. The OD was fortunately not a very high dose one, and it does seem that you are physically clear : that's what your doctor surely meant when he said the doses involved were not toxic. Be pleased about that. You won't get safer by repeating the normal tests. Your kidneys were not likely to be damaged, and your liver is apparently OK.
This OD should be part of your ordinary medical history you tell any doctor who sees you, who can take it into account when electing what medication to recommend to you. Personally, I would avoid wine and other alcohol anyhow, as it is not necessary in order to lead a happy life, and is not good for anyone's liver.
Be grateful that you have apparently escaped what might have been significant damage and the tests show you to be fine now. See a psychologist to sort out whatever issues led to the overdose, and to enhance your ability to happily live the rest of your life in peace and health, looking fprwards rather than backwards.
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