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Side Effects Of Vertin 16 And Alcohol
Is there an alternative medication that I can take for menieres disease. I have had side effects from betahistine.
Steroids: Some meniere's patients benefit from oral steroids and sometimes steroids injected behind the ear drum (transtympanic injection). You should also have a diet low in salt and avoid caffeine and alcohol. Consult your ENT doctor if you are having side effects from the medicines prescribed. ...Read more
Betahistine dihydrochloride 8mg and conventin 400 mg prescribed for my uncle after dignosis in ears. Are they for life? And what are the side effects.
You can Look Them Up: Use dr. Google ; quickly research to answer your questions. For betahistine see: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/betahistine ; http://fdb. Rxlist. Com/drugs/drug-77795-betahistine. For conventin: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/gabapentin ; http://www. Rxlist. Com/neurontin-drug. Htm. When a brand name website is available, look up the "prescribing information", the fda summary of known + ; - issues. ...Read more
Alcohol: Excess sedation, confusion at high dose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Diet pills: It depends on the type of diet pills. Some are in the category of stimulants, which suppress one's appetite. Therefore, one may be able to drink more alcohol without feeling sleepy, for example. This may lead to a dangerous situation, like trying to drive while under the influence. As such, I would be very careful. A single glass of wine or one beer is okay, but I would stop there. Good luck. ...Read more
I have been drinking small amounts of rubbing alcohol for the past few days. When will I start seeing side effects?
Horrible: The international programme on chemical safety, says ingesting isopropyl alcohol can be lethal (8 oz lethal -adult & 3 oz lethal- child). It can cause vomiting, seizures, loss of consciousness & respiratory problems. Isoproply alcohol would only be consumed by someone who was stupid or someone who was suicidal. If are considering suicide - please go to your nearest er for help. ...Read more
Possibly: Alcohol causes sedation (sleepiness). Zyrtec (cetirizine) can cause sedation (not in everyone, but in many). Mixing the two can compound the effect - making you extra sedated. Extra sleepy. But then that can translate to greater impairment in judgement. Meaning - not thinking clearly.... ...Read more
I drank alcohol on ciprofloxacin. I read it's ok in moderation but a bottle of wine in one night may be over doing it. What will the side effects be?
Prob not a good idea: I am guessing you are taking it for mood stability. Alcohol is bad for mood stability. Also, not sure about lamictal, but with ssris, alcohol washes the medication out of the body, and the med is trying to build to a steady blood level. See the problem? In addition to alcohol being a depressant, it lowers the blood level of many meds. ...Read more
What are the possible side effects of long term use of sudafed pe and rhinocort together with alcohol?
Does water based gel (without alcohol) harm hair? Side effects? Is pomade safer?? which is better to use?
Water based: Will easily dissolve and wash off-pomade (oil based) can clog hair follicles and cause scalp conditions. ...Read more
What side effects are commonly associated with drinking alcohol when taking 30mg of cymbalta (duloxetine)?
What are the potential side effects of taking zolpidem after consuming alcohol? Aggressive out of character behavior, amnesia?
Yes to both: And a chance to be the guest of honor at your own funeral. ...Read more
Take 45 mg of buspirone daily. OK to drink alcohol on this medication? It does not say not to just that it may amplify side effects.
Going to be starting Lexapro (escitalopram) & noticed it says do not drink alcohol but I know 5 people on it that still drink alcohol with no bad side effects.
Mixing is dangerous: Lexapro combined with alcohol can suppress the respiratory center in the brain. The person will stop breathing and this will cause death. There is no scientifice data showing at what quantities of alcohol and at what dossage of Lexapro can cause this depression of respiratory center. The dose that can kill the people varies from person to person. Xanax (alprazolam) + alcohol can kill the person much faster. ...Read more