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Doxycycline And Coke
How much wine?: If you are taking Doxycycline on a regular basis, i assume it is for treatment of acne. Regular alcohol use has hormonal effects that are not good for skin, and may either bring on acne, or make existing acne worse. An occasional glass of wine should not be a problem, but regular use of alcohol would not be good, and also has drug interactions with many other medications. ...Read more
Yes: Coffee is safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: You will get nausea, vomiting, heart palpatations, difficulty breathing, flushing, dehydration, dizziness, fatigue and headaches. You should avoid all alcohol even mouthwash with alcohol. Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) interferes with the liver breaking down alcohol. Not a good thing to do. ...Read more
Can i drink one alcoholic drink while taking augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) antibiotics? It's only one alcoholic drink through all of the process of taking augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) antibiotics.
A : A single drink per day should not interfere significantly with your antibiotic. You raise a good point. Patients should always discuss their alcohol use with their physician and/or pharmacist upon starting new medications. Alcohol, certain fruit juices, over the counter supplements, and naturopathic medications can all potentially interact or cause side effects with certain prescription medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recently i gave up drinking beer and started drinking bourbon and diet coke and i'm getting anxiety is it the diet coke?
Alcoholism: The big book of alcoholics anonymous has a great paragraph early in their chapter on who is an alcoholic. I would recommend you find and read this. Switching alcohol types trying to find a different outcome is the very definition of alcoholism. It is not the diet coke. Alcohol is a drug that is classified as a depressant. Anxiety is on the spectrum with depression. Please try sobriety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes you can, BUT: it always worries me when people find drinking so important that they need to ask this kind of a question. I would also wonder what kind of infection is being treated, and HOW MUCH ALCOHOL you are talking about. Alcohol decreases the activity of white blood cells that fight infection and make antibodies, and it is not the best thing to take when you are trying to cure an infection. Talk to doctor ...Read more
You may...: There are minor interactions between the agents you mentioned, according to the following reference: http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=187-0,1034-14582,685-337,1015-567 ...Read more