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5 Htp Side Effects Alcohol
I am taking L-tyrosine during the day and 5-HTP at night. Are these two supplements addictive? Or any serious side effects? Thank You Very Much!!!
Does 5-htp help fibromyelgia patients? If so, how does it help? I'm having a hard time finding something that helps me. All other meds I've been on I get bad side effects or depression.
Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia, sometimes is not a simple disease to treat, a lot of excersice could help, the more exercise the better it works. 5 htp is an over the counter food product, not a medication, that like many claim results in many areas, depresion, fibromyalgia and many other. I am not an expert on these products and believe that fibromyalgia is a medical condition that requieres medical care. If none of the medication worked, increse exercise progresively until control, try yoga and thai chi. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been drinking small amounts of rubbing alcohol for the past few days. When will I start seeing side effects?
Alcohol: Excess sedation, confusion at high dose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Horrible: The international programme on chemical safety, says ingesting isopropyl alcohol can be lethal (8 oz lethal -adult & 3 oz lethal- child). It can cause vomiting, seizures, loss of consciousness & respiratory problems. Isoproply alcohol would only be consumed by someone who was stupid or someone who was suicidal. If are considering suicide - please go to your nearest er for help. ...Read more
Possibly: Alcohol causes sedation (sleepiness). Zyrtec (cetirizine) can cause sedation (not in everyone, but in many). Mixing the two can compound the effect - making you extra sedated. Extra sleepy. But then that can translate to greater impairment in judgement. Meaning - not thinking clearly.... ...Read more
I drank alcohol on ciprofloxacin. I read it's ok in moderation but a bottle of wine in one night may be over doing it. What will the side effects be?
Not a great combo: As a rough rule of thumb, Effexor (venlafaxine) will double the effects of alcohol, and alcohol will double the side effects of effexor (venlafaxine). So the best recommendation is skip the alcohol. At the very least, keep this formula in mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer