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Should i drink alcohol drink if i take maca supplement?

Should i drink alcohol drink if i take maca supplement?

You're okay: If you're taking maca, you're looking for love. If it's going to be a special and wonderful time, maybe you should be sober so you can enjoy it to the maximum. ...Read more

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Can you take lorezapam with alcohol?

Can you take lorezapam with alcohol?

Not recommended: Taking them together increases their effects to a potentially unsafe level. It may cause a person to get drowsy and potentially stop breathing. ...Read more

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Can I take alcohol after anjioplasty?

Can I take alcohol after anjioplasty?

Alcohol: Alcohol intake is associated with reduced restenosis after PTCA and stent implantation. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15367521 There should be no issue taking alcohol as long as it is immoderation - make sure you don't have your own definition of moderation. Usually 7-8 Units in a week should be ok ( it is not a recommendation from me) if you drink regularly and can't do WITHOUT IT. ...Read more

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Is is safe to take alcohol with eyedrops?

Is is safe to take alcohol with eyedrops?

Depends: Depends on what kind of eyedrops taken for what kind of problem, as well as how much alcohol. Really cannot fully answer the question without knowing the above. Drinking alcohol itself also can irritate the eye, causing expansion of small blood vessels, so if you are taking it for eye irritation, you may be adding to the irritation by drinking. ...Read more

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Alcohol takes how long to leave your urine?

Alcohol and UAs: I tell my patients that with the new etg testing it can be a week or so. ...Read more

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How much alcohol does it take to kill someone?

How much alcohol does it take to kill someone?

Size/time/ tolerance: Several factors determine how intoxicated a person will become (and thus their risk of posioning) when consuming alcohol 1) size- the smaller the individual, the less alcohol required to become intoxicated 2) time- because the body metabolizes alcohol, drinking spread out over a number of hours lessons the effect 3) tolerance- because of tolerance- the more often you drink, the less the effect. ...Read more

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Is isoniazid and alcohol safe to take together?

Moderation: Alcohol in reasonable amounts is ok in patients on inh. Both can be hepatotoxic but a glass of wine or a beer is ok. ...Read more

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