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Is it safe to drink alcohol on nadolol (beta blocker)?

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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine 23 years experience
Just be careful...: Caution is always advised, but it should not be a big concern from have 1-2 drinks/day. Just make sure u don't take the medication with the alcohol--take your nadalol far separately from when you are drinking please don't drink and drive. Life is precious! good luck.

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Is it safe to drink alcohol on beta blockers?

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Dr. Kevin Considine
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Yes but moderation: Yes one can have a couple of drinks with beta blockers but one should be careful not to overindulge and use moderation.

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