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Glass Red Wine
My husband drinking 1 glass red wine everyday. Just want to know if drinking red wine every day can slow sperm count?
I eat healthy 1200 cals with lots of fruits and veggies. No meat. A glass red wine twice wk. Lost some lbs. But still have trouble lossing more lbs.
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Red wine: Data seems to suggest this. Depends a bit on the size of the glass tho. ...Read more
Probably OK: Although the benefits of alcohol are controversial, most experts agree that this amount of drinking is harmless and perhaps beneficial. But of course not if there are other health problems that make alcohol unsafe, such as liver disease, ulcers, and others. If in doubt, check with your primary care provider. ...Read more
Probably: Zzzquill’s main ingredient is diphenhydramine aka Benadryl and it does mix with alcohol and increase it’s sedative effects. The other ingredients include alcohol. If you have poor liver function for any reason this may be a problem. Most likely you will just go to sleep. You may have more of a hangover than you would expect. It’s god to not combine meds and alcohol in general ...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.
49 year old gentleman with a question/red wine.
Certain studies have popularized the belief that resveretol in wine is the way to improve one's cholesterol and protect one's heart. I believe personally that this is enabling behavior. Eating a healthy diet is a better way to do this. Alcohol is a social lubricant our society gathers around with decreased judgement, impaired reflexes, inhibitions. ...Read more
Wine.: Wine in amounts up to one glass daily, especially red wine, has been shown to have heart benefits. The resveritrol found in red wine is particularly beneficial. However, more than 2.5 glasses/day for a man or 1.5 glasses/day for a woman can lead to cirrhosis. So enjoy, but be careful. ...Read more
Don't do this: You are most likely sensitive to red wine. You should avoid it permanently. ...Read more
Can a daily glass of red wine be good for nafl for 43 yr old male with borderline high cholesterol?
Can I have a glass of red wine before I sleep on my first day of taking Sertaline (50mg) for anxiety?
Give it more time: In general, I advise patients to abstain from alcohol when they are being treated for depression or anxiety. Since you are just starting Sertraline, my best medical advice is to hold off on drinking any alcohol until you know how you are going to respond to the new medication. In other words, don't muddy the waters. Talk to your doctor about treatment recommendations and risk for drug-alcohol use. ...Read more
I keep getting severe headaches every night at the same time after having a glass of red wine and dinner?
It's a migraine: Wine is a common migraine trigger. Cluster headaches are also triggered by alcohol and often occur at the same time every night, but they usually start immediately after ingesting alcohol. Sulfites occur naturally, but are also added to wine as a preservative and are at least in part are responsible for headaches. Vodka is less likely to cause headaches because it is pure alcohol, but it also can. ...Read more
I had just one glass of red wine the other night and I noticed my heart started racing...Could I be sensitive to something in it? 28 yrs of age.
Red Wine for Heart:
Antioxidants in red wine called Polyphenols- Resveratrol may help protect the lining of blood vessels in the heart.
Most research on Resveratrol has been done on animals, not people.
Resveratrol is present in Red and purple grape juices peanuts, blueberries and cranberries.
American Heart Association, and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute do not recommend alcohol to prevent heart disease. ...Read more
Contains sulfites: You may be reacting to the sulfite a present in wine. ...Read more
Yes: That should be fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can I drink one glass of red wine a day while I'm on Prozac (fluoxetine) 40mg/day? Thanks for your time
Can you drink any kind of alcohol beverage to maintain good health or is it limited to 1 glass of red wine?
Little impact: This old story is typical of the problems that are caused by retrospective studies -- self-reports without the possibility of controlling for other variables. Different studies give very different results. The hoopla a few years ago about something magic in red wine itself turned out to be fueled by fraudulent research. Stay healthy by proven methods & make ur alcohol / wine decisions to please u. ...Read more
I am taking 25mg of Zoloft (sertraline). I am on week 4. I am wondering if it is safe to have a glass of red wine at night. Thanks!
I honestly only have one small glass (125ml) red wine 3 times a week. On my medication, as red is a blood thinner would white be better?
Is it ok to have one standard glass of red wine on special occasions while taking Lexapro (escitalopram) 5mg for OCD? No other meds or health problems
Its OK to have: A special glass of wine for special occasions but I would reserve the use of a standard glass of wine for standard occasions. Do not drink and drive. Thank you for trusting Health Tap. ...Read more
Hi I took sleeping pills (restavit 25 mg) about 30 minutes ago and now at friends and drink a glass of red wine, is it dangerous?
Red wine: Too much of a good thing is no good for you. That said, drink a glass of red wine but do it slowly and don't get a refill. ...Read more
On last day of burst of prednisone took 10mg. At 9am. Can I have 1 glass of red wine. Or should I just wait till the med is out of my system.
Not a problem: Moderation is the key to life.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a prostate cancer. Is drinking a glass of red wine occassionally dangerous or does it help to fight the cancer?
Is a glass of red wine daily good or bad for a fatty liver of 43yr old male, heard that it might help with this condition, or just weight loss?
Further research is needed, but a study showed that those who have 1 glass of red wine a day had half the chance of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease as non-drinkers, while those who drank beer or liquor had 4 times the risk. See http://ucsdnews. Ucsd. Edu/newsrel/health/05-08wineliverhealth. Asp
however, this doesn't prove red wine helps those who already have it, but that seems likely. ...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
My husband has had a large glass of red wine. Without thinking, has taken 2 Benadryl (diphenhydramine) allergy tablets. As a one off -- is this ok??
Don't drive: For sure don't let him drive or operate machinery. The effects may be felt next day but not likely to cause significant harm by itself if he is otherwise healthy. ...Read more
I took my last dose of Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) about 8 hours ago. Can I have one glass of red wine?
Moderation is good: Yes, one glass of wine shouldn't hurt. The half-life of bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) is relatively short (which is why you can take it 2 or 3 times a day)... so if it's been 8 hrs already, it's probably out of your system. Hopefully you will be kind to your body, since I'm sure it's not back to 100% having just pulled through an infection. It does take time to heal... ...Read more