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Mixing Prescription Drugs With Alcohol
None: You can likely drink small amounts with any of them. ...Read more
Depends: I wish people would talk about how much of what they are drinking how often! one drink, or two, once or twice a week, will not have any impact. If you are drinking more than that, it decreases your body's ability to fight infection, and is not good for you. People who drink to excess have more infections, and more severe ones. There is no particular interaction with Amoxicillin to my knowledge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not advised: Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is a stimulant used to treat adhd. Alcohol is a depressant. Taking stimulants and depressants together is rarely a good idea as they tend to pull your body in two different directions. If you are drinking alcohol while under a doctor's care for adhd, you need to make sure they are aware of this so that they can make the best decisions for your care and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible that a high tolerance for alcohol will cause prescription pain killers to not be very effective?
I have drank alcohol for the first time 2 weeks ago and the period is not yet came. Any suggestions? Or prescriptions?
Sounds normal.: Alcohol use and your cycle are not likely related in any way. It is very common to have a missed cycle or two at your age. Pregnancy is a common cause but so is stress, diet, activity, etc. Suggestion: if you are concerned about pregnancy check a pregnancy test. if you are not, then relax. no medication necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two problems: Alcohol and many medications interact in a manner that amplifies the drunkenness; depending on the amount of alcohol and medications, and the kind of medications, this can be or small increase in buzz, but reach proportions that the sedation becomes lethal. The other problem: alcohol can block or reduce the beneficial effect of medications. Don't forego medicines to drink, either! ...Read more
The alcohol: May interact with the medication to increase side effects or may impact metabolism of the medication. ...Read more
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