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Drink Beer Femara
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No its not okay: Healthy people, when something really bothers them, stop doing what bothers them. EXCEPT, when what they are getting out of that activity is REALLY worth it to them. So, for you, drinking (and I am guessing getting drunk) is more important than pain from eroding your esophagus and possibly ultimately causing damage/bleeding. This sounds to me like a problem where sobriety is the solution. Try it ...Read more
I drink beer everynight is it good or not? And what are the advantages and desadvantages drinkin beer?
How much beer?: If you are talking 1-2 beers, I have no clue. If you are drinking to get drunk, many things are possible. Damage to the esophagus, stomach, duodenum and pancreas can all be felt in the back in some people. However, if EVERY time you drink beer your back hurts, and you keep drinking beer, you have to consider whether you have an alcohol problems. See your doctor to get an evaluation/discuss. ...Read more
Yes: There is no contraindication to consuming alcoholic beverages while on oral contraceptives. There are some conflicting early reports of higher alcohol levels per drink in people on birth control, but it was relatively minor and did not consistently occur in all subjects. Safe drinking limits in women are no more than 7 drinks/week or one per day. If you are drinking 4 or more, it may be a problem. ...Read more
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