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Drink Alcohol And Phenazopyridine
Buckley's coughsyrup: Most products made by Buckley's contain dextromethorphan, a potent cough suppressant. It is not a good idea to drink alcohol with this medication. If your cough persists for more than one week, despite using Beckley's, or if you have high fevers, see your doctor. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol is available in many beverages, from beer and wine to the more potent distilled spirits, such as gin, rye, and whiskey. There appear to be at least small health benefits of small amounts of alcohol use (fewer than five drinks per week), especially of red wine Excessive alcohol use can lead to addiction and severe social and physical complications. Excess long term alcohol use is the most common cause of cirrhosis of the ...Read more
Drug interaction: Checker reveals that there may be some minor (unspecified) interactions which should not be clinically problematic. ...Read more
Etoh: You won't ever suffer an alcohol induced hangover. You won't black out or pass out from alcohol use. You won't be arrested for an alcohol related dui. Oh, look at all the things you will miss out on if you don't drink. In all seriousness, life without alcohol may be much simpler (in a good way). ...Read more
Modulate emotions: People may start drinking and using drugs from curiosity, and then discover that they like the effects -- at least temporarily. Could be a craving for novelty, and a way to modulate painful emotion. In some, sporadic drug and alcohol use turn into full substance abuse and/or dependence -- taking over life, endangering health, and destroying relationships, work, and hope. The shift can be quick. ...Read more
Is there another: spelling or name for Mezavant? if so - please provide and will check for drug interactions. ...Read more
NEVER HEARD TEMPERAT: Ure as a contraindication to drinking/ just moderate consumption no matter what the temperature is. ...Read more
Enzymatic difference: One possible cause well documented cause could be the natural genetic variation in alcohol dehydrogenase. This enzyme's activity has naturally variations giving less in-born activity in certain populations. There is a drug called Antabuse that inhibits this enzyme and causes significant etoh intolerance. So some people just don't tolerate etoh well. ...Read more
Don't do it. : Tranxene lasts a long time. It is not recommended that you mix benzodiazepines and alcohol. Therefore, I would recommend not drinking while taking them as well as avoid driving. Even if you don't feel anything from the tranxene adding alcohol can lead to impairment and can be a dangerous combination. ...Read more
Phenazopyridine is a mild urinary tract numbing agent, available without a prescription. Sold as pyridium, azo, uristat and others, this drug can calm the sting from bladder infections and may help decrease urinary frequency and urgency. Note that it changes the color of the urine to a darker orange. It does not cure infections. It is not supposed to be taken for more than a few ...Read more
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