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Grapefruit Alcohol Interaction
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Are there any dangerous interactions between alcohol and a combination of 5-htp and l-tyrosine? How long must you wait in between if so?
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I don't get drowsy at all taking loratadine. Should I be still concerned about possible interactions with alcohol?
Used a drug: Interaction checker - no significant interactions were noted. ...Read more
Are there any interactions between Gardasil and alcohol? Does alcohol reduce Gardasil's effectiveness? Can I drink the same day I get the last shot?
Is alcohol dangerous with Zantac (ranitidine) and pantoloc? What are the interactions? Would spacing the use of these be safe? EX: P in morning, A @ day, Z night
I know that alcohol is a nono when you are taking in geodon (ziprasidone). But what about grapefruits or grapefruit drinks?
Drug Interaction: Checker - showed no interactions between Geodon (ziprasidone) and Grapefruit. ...Read more
I know that alcohol is a taboo when you are taking in geodon (ziprasidone). But what about grapefruits or grapefruit drinks?
Luckily: You can still eat grapefruit even if you take geodon (ziprasidone). You are smart to ask - since grapefruit is a problem with a number of medications. ...Read more
Product Labels: Product labels are designed to ensure that people who use the medication are as safe as possible, also some of the labelling is based on the class of agent rather than on specific information about the medication. So, you will find that the don't consume alcohol warning is on almost every, if not every, psychotropic agent. General experience is that a glass of wine at night is fine. ...Read more
25 mg metoprolol daily and now im gonna drink alcohol. What's ur thoughts? Do I get less drunk or more? And other interactions? Negatives?
The question is how: Much alcohol are you planning to drink. I assume you are on metoprolol for high blood pressure, which is unusual at your age. However, alcohol ITSELF can raise blood pressure, and is one of the more common and undetected causes of secondary hypertension. Your doctor needs to know about your drinking - how much, how often. If we are talking about 1-2 glasses of wine a few times a week, no problem ...Read more
Is vinegar the same as alcohol? If I can't drink due to medication interactions and health reasons, can I have apple cider vinegar safely?
Has no alcohol, safe: Vinegar does not contain alcohol. It has acetic acid, a very different chemical. It is very safe though should be diluted before consuming. There are no proven drug interactions; some sites say large amounts might interact with digoxin, insulin and diuretics because it can lower potassium, but it contains potassium so I doubt that. For info on proven benefits see http://tinyurl. Com/joe2kht ...Read more
Hi is there any interactions between alcohol and blood thinners? Is it only dangerous if you fall or hit your head while intoxicated? Thank you
I have been prescribed 150mg single dose of Fluconazole. I take Lexapro & Mirapex. Are there interactions? Can I consume alcohol with Fluconazole?
It is possible.: If you have not taken Fluconazole before, you may have side-effects from the medication itself, though rare that might be difficult to sort out from side-effects of the other medications, such as dizziness, general feeling of tiredness or weakness, nausea, loss of appetite. Drinking alcohol will make it worse. ...Read more
Can I safely take phenergan (promethazine) several hours after drinking (like enough to get mildly drunk)? I know there is an alcohol interaction...
I was prescribed 150mg single dose of Fluconazole. I also take Lexapro & Mirapex. Are there any interactions? Also, can I consume alcohol on this med?
I had two glasses of wine at night and, not thinking, took a 500mg tablet of paracetamol for a headache. I rarely take paracetamol. I took provogil 200mg that morning too, and drank alcohol the night before also. Should I worry about an interaction?
Drug interactions: Many drugs and broken down by the liver, just like alcohol is. The doses of the medications you mentioned should cause no major concern. One caution would be not to do this regimen on an ongoing basis. If there is still a concern, I recommend checking with your primary care provider. ...Read more
Take geodon (ziprasidone) at night, wellbutrin, propanolol in the morning. Cansmoking pot or drinking alcohol harm me? I can't seem to find info on drug interactions
Yes, can harm you: Yes, adding pot and alcohol to geodon, (ziprasidone) wellbutrin, and propanolol can harm you. The result can be a lot of sedation -- not to mention destabilizing mood and potentially driving psychosis. Discuss this with your own physician. Check it out with your pharmacist also. ...Read more
What are the dangers of interaction haldol/cogentin (dx: schizophrenia/bipolar) & alcohol/marjuana consumption?
Any negative effects of buspar (buspirone)? Alcohol interactions? I'm on propranolol. Synthroid. And vitamin d daily.
All meds have some:
No known interactions between buspar, (buspirone) Propranolol and synthroid.
There are cautions for known sensitivity to that drug class, recent use of MAO inhibitors (a type of antidepressant) or use in the setting of kidney or liver problems.
Generally well-tolerated, but here is a link to possible side effects:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/drug-information/dr600277/dsection=side%2deffects. ...Read more
Lost me dad 3yrs ago 1st time properly berieving after constant work n alcohol. Now struggling to control emotions. Anyone know how to control them?
Grief reaction: I'm sorry to hear about your loss. As I'm sure you know, alcohol is not the best solution for dealing w/grief. Rather than struggle to control your emotions, why not talk to your family? Friends? Church? Go see your family doctor. S/he can offer your options including medication if you desire. Your insurance company can offer your psychiatric options. Also search online for grief support groups. ...Read more
A little bit.: A small amount of alcohol should be okay, if you have normal liver function and are not taking any other medications or using any other recr. Substances. Too much alcohol or liver disease or mixing meds may cause all sorts of problems, not just with Primolut-N (norethisterone). See a great page for detailed info on this medicine. Https://www. Medicines. Org. Uk/emc/medicine/1838 ...Read more
Would consuming alcohol on day 1 effect working out on day 2? For l seem to have less energy during workout when I have drinks up to 24 hours prior.
Alcohol = a toxin: No matter how enjoyable even moderate alcohol drinking may be, the fact remains that it is a toxin for your body -- especially liver and brain. Essentially you're asking your body to process a poison. So, your body will be less efficient both during intoxication and until all traces of alcohol have been processed. Remember that hangover is multifaceted. Be well. ...Read more
I went to see my aunt today so wonderin what alcohol/drugs cause squirmin n lot more gigglin to she has history of alcohol n dtug addiction please hel?
Could be anything: Getting "high" usually includes a sense of euphoria and decreased inhibition. The symptoms you describe could be from abuse of almost anything or even represent an underlying medical or psychological condition. Have you talked to her about getting help? Also, not to be judgemental, but I hope you are not on all 3 of the medications on your profile at the same time. Opiates can be addictive. ...Read more
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