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Can you drink beer while taking femara (letrozole)?

Can you drink beer while taking femara (letrozole)?

Why are you on it?: If you are on the medication to assist in getting pregnant, then alcohol is not your friend. If you are talking about one or two beers on an occasion, it shouldn't make any difference. If you are talking a six-pack a day (or any regular use), alcohol impairs ovulation as well as the maturation of follicles. If it is being used in the setting of breast cancer prevention, alcohol is also not good. ...Read more

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Could one drink beer after consuming aspirin?

Could one drink beer after consuming aspirin?

It adds risks: particularly of bleeding. the combination of Aspirin and alcohol can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding. If you are talking about a baby Aspirin a day for cardiac protection and having one beer, the risks are very low. However, if you are taking larger doses for arthritis and drink more than 1-2 beers, you do have risks of heartburn, reflux and even bleeding. ...Read more

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Can I drink a glass of wine while taking femara (letrozole)?

Can I drink a glass of wine while taking femara (letrozole)?

Yes: Heavy alcohol consumption combined with Femara (letrozole) may be bad for your liver, but one glass of wine on occasion should have no serious effect. ...Read more

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Drinking beer or wine is good?

Drinking beer or wine is good?

Not especially: Used moderately, drinking some beer or wine can be enjoyable and not dangerous to you. Still, it isn't particularly "good." some studies praise the polyphenols and flavonoids (cancer fighters) in red wine. Actually though, hot cocoa contains much more of those. Cocoa is healthier than milk chocolate, because it's minus the extra saturated fat. ...Read more

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Can I drink beer or wine after taking morphine sulfate?

Can I drink beer or wine after taking morphine sulfate?

Heavens, no!: There is no conceivable scenario in which alcohol and morphine, taken simultaneously, add up to a desirable outcome - unless you are suicidal. ...Read more

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Can I drink beer while taking penicillin?

Can I drink beer while taking penicillin?

Should be fine.: But if you're taking the penicillin for strep throat, the alcohol probably won't make your throat feel any better, and could make it a little more sore. ...Read more

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Could diabetics drink smrnoff vodka?

Could diabetics drink smrnoff vodka?

Yes: But we recoomend no more than 1 a day, and with food, not separate from a meal. ...Read more

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Is drinking red wine allowed wen taking tabs?

Is drinking red wine allowed wen taking tabs?

Alcohol: Many medications warn against alcohol use, ask your pharmacist if this is so with your current medications. You can also consult the prescribing doctor. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Can I drink beer while taking Azithromycin?

Can I drink beer while taking Azithromycin?

Yes, in moderation: Contrary to popular beliefs, alcohol in moderation doesn't interfere with antibiotics and it's OK to drink while taking them. Just don't overdo it. Both azithromycin and alcohol can upset the stomach, but no problem as long as you feel fine. ...Read more

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Is pregnant women allowed to drink ginger beer?

Is pregnant women allowed to drink ginger beer?

That depends: Ginger Beer - Although historically a fermented alcoholic drink – Ginger beer is usually sold as a soft drink in this time & age. However, some brands do still contain alcohol. If you are pregnant , you should avoid alcohol intake. ...Read more

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Can i drink beer whilst taking amoxicillin?

Can i drink beer whilst taking amoxicillin?

Better not but --: Any alcohol not ok with medicine, once a year ok . Alcohol has bad effect on liver, which handles food and medicine , another burdon on liver, problem with alcohol drinker is never stop with one drink. Never flagyll with with alcohol and list goes on. ...Read more

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Does drinking alcohol affect clomid (clomiphene)?

Does drinking alcohol affect clomid (clomiphene)?

Clomid (clomiphene) and alcohol: Alcohol is metabolized in the liver. As a result, the metabolic enzymes of the liver become active and more inclined to metabolize Clomid (clomiphene) to an inactive state. ...Read more

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Effects of methylpreddnilone if drink wine?

Effects of methylpreddnilone if drink wine?

I gotta tell you: The person you should be asking this is the doctor who prescribed it, because i cannot give you a rational answer without knowing what you are on Methylprednisolone for. But i can tell you that for most of the things for which you need steroids, alcohol is not good for any of them. And, what does drink wine mean? A glass every couple days (sure), a half liter a day (not). ...Read more

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Can i drink red wine while taking ibuprofen?

Can i drink red wine while taking ibuprofen?

Yes in limited amoun: Ibuprofen, like all anti-inflammatory medications can cause liver damage. Alcohol can also do the same. If taken in small amounts, they are usually safe but it is best to check wirth yoyr doctor as to how high a dose you are taking. Alcohol should be limited to no more than 1 drink - 1 ounce - per day. ...Read more

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Can you drink alcholol while taking celexa (citalopram)? Not heavy drinking light drink maybe 3 or 4 drinks

Can you drink alcholol while taking celexa (citalopram)? Not heavy drinking light drink maybe 3 or 4 drinks

1 drink maximum: Do you mean 3-4 drinks at once? While you can mix alcohol and celexa, (citalopram) they do hit the same area of the brain. Light drinking means a single selection of the following (sorry) your choice: •12 ounces of beer •5 ounces of wine •1 ounce of 80-proof whiskey, or 1 ounce of 100-proof spirits alcohol is a depressant and, after making you sleepy, promptly ruins your sleep 4 hours later for most. ...Read more

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Can i drink lactaid milk before/during/after taking azithromycin?

Can i drink lactaid milk before/during/after taking azithromycin?

Yes: Dairy products, calcium supplements can interfere with activity or absorption of some antibiotics, such as tetracyclines and some quinolones like cipro (ciprofloxacin). Macrolides like Azithromycin should be ok. ...Read more