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Drank Glass Wine
OK: Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) lasts from 6 to 8 hours and the wine you drank shouldn't interact with the last Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) dose. Since Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) is a distant relative of tranquilizers, you shouldn't drink alcohol when Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) is active in your system however. ...Read more
I drank one glass of wine and then smoked weed in a circle about 5 or 6 times. I then fainted and passed out. Is this normal?, I passed out for hr
No: Think of it this way: If somebody invited you over to pass out for an hour would you do it? Something is wrong with this picture. ...Read more
I drank a glass of wine and some of it went in to my lungs. Is it dangerous? What can I do to get the lungs dry?
I drank a glass of wine lastnight around 11pm. I weigh 145 pounds. If I have a urine test to take for my probation at 3 pm today do you think ill pass?
I drank a glass of wine (5% alcohol) on the day of my expected period, I'm 6 days late today. If I'm preg, could that affect my baby?
Drank one glass of wine with dinner at 9pm. Is it safe to take prescribed tramadol 50mg for back pain at 11pm before bed?
Took one regular strength Tylenol (acetaminophen) at 2:30 pm. I drank one glass of wine at 11:00pm. Is that going to damage my liver?
Unlikely: As you are astutely aware, mixing alcohol and Tylenol (acetaminophen) is never a good idea (Tylenol (acetaminophen) (acetaminophen) is the worst choice for hangovers). Liver toxicity of each is exponentially worse when mixed. If you are healthy (no baseline liver dysfunction), then I would not worry about these levels of ingestion. Stay vigilant! ...Read more
I drank half a glass of wine about 30 minutes ago and I completely forgot that I took diflucan (fluconazole) 150mg yesterday early evening. Will I be ok?
Yes...: Yes, no problem with that small amount of wine. ...Read more
Not specifically: There is no specific interaction between peptobismal and wine. If you are taking the pepto because your stomach is upset you should not be drinking wine (or eating spicy food, chocolate or acidic things including coffee). Alcohol can cause stomach irritation, and the general advice is "If it hurts don't do it". ...Read more
Yes: A glass is sufficient. It contains natural substances that are beneficial. ...Read more
Okay, is drinking one glass of red wine daily good or bad for you? Not the carbonated, fruity stuff, but the actual cabernets and merlots.
Klonopin (clonazepam) and alcohol: Klonopin (clonazepam) ahould not be used with alcohol. These types of drugs combined with alcohol are the problems that find our celebrities dead in thier bathtubs. I would suggest at least 6-8 hrs between alcohol and klonopin, (clonazepam) but if you need the two of them you might consider yourself as having a substance abuse problem. ...Read more
Would drinking a half a glass of wine at 6pm affect a complete metabolic panel test that was performed the next morning at 10?
VERY little if any: The reason one is asked to fast and avoid alcohol before blood testing is to get the most accurate result for the fasting glucose and the triglycerides. An 8 hour fast is usually recommended. You had a relatively small dose of sugar (wine) and it was 12 hours before. I believe your results will be quite reliable. Stay well:) ...Read more
How likely is there to be any significant side effects in drinking a glass of wine 10 hours after taking. 25 mg ativan (lorazepam)?
None: .25 mg is a very low dose & no interaction is anticipated after 10 hrs of taking wine. ...Read more
Probably ok: Drinking 1 glass of wine or beer is generally OK for a woman and up to 2 glasses of wine or beer is usually ok for a man. But there are always exceptions to this rule such as if you have liver problems or are taking some medications (like seizure medications) which can be affected by alcohol use and decrease their efficacy. Personally I would drink tea or water but to each his or her own :) ...Read more
My husband drinking 1 glass red wine everyday. Just want to know if drinking red wine every day can slow sperm count?
My mom wants to know if drinking a glass of wine and Lipitor (atorvastatin) within the same hour is dangerous? I told her to wait least a few hours, but not sure.
I have a prostate cancer. Is drinking a glass of red wine occassionally dangerous or does it help to fight the cancer?
I drink a glass of wine each day. Latest blood test shows increased fat deposits in liver. Should I stop drinking wine?
Fatty liver: Fatty liver is common in america, and is typically associated with alcohol ingestion, obesity, high cholesterol/triglycerides, and diabetes, among others. The more of these risk factors, the greater the risk of having fatty liver. When your liver tests in blood elevate in the setting of fatty liver, then the condition is of even greater clinical concern. Absolutely cut out alcohol! ...Read more
There's mixed answers about drinking wine while breastfeeding. Would a glass of red wine 14% be ok 2oz if I drink at night while baby is sleep?
Life is confusing: The effect of high dose exposure is well known and worrisome. Data on the low level exposure of infants to alcohol is difficult to come by because of problems with study design and population variables. We know th brain of a baby is changing rapidly in the first years. We also know alcohol breaks down to formaldehyde at the cellular level, which harms cells. I can never recommend avoidable exposure ...Read more
What should I eat, and what not, if I have a prostate cancer? Do I have to avoid sugar? Is drinking glass of red wine ok, or is it dangerous for me?
Anti-oxidants: In general you should eat more vegetables if you have cancer. Vegetables have anti-oxidant properties that in some studies have been shown to be beneficial for retarding cancer growth. Avoid any food with high fat or sugar content. Cancer cells thrive on these and can grow faster. ...Read more
I'm having a urodynamic testing done monday, doing a urine/drinking log for 3 days, can I drink alcohol; a beer or glass of wine tonight?
I have primary pulmonary hypertention, it seems to be stable at the time. But lately I keep getting these fast heart rates when I do certain things, a glass of wine will bring on an episode even drinking very cold non alcoholic beverages, heart rate 160-
Prbable svt: Sounds like you may have psvt or paroxysmal supra ventricular tachycardia.It may be related to your pulm issues or some of the medications your on, but also could be related to electrolyte abn, thyroid dz, caffiene intake etc. A event moniter would be helpful in order to capture the rythm during symptoms. ...Read more