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Taking Crocin After Consuming Alcohol
Is it possible to consume alcohol when you are prescribed a steroid, ic methylprednisolone for a skin rash? What are the side affects of consuming alcohol while you are on this steroid? What would happen if you do consume alcohol while on this steroid?
Nothing: I always wonder what someone means when they say 'consuming alcohol.' if we are talking one or two social drinks a few times a week, then the answer is nothing. If we are talking about getting drunk every day, every other day, then it is not good for you or your skin. There are no specific interactions between beverage alcohol and steroids used on the skin. ...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
Moderation: You can treat yourself on the weekend but remember everything in moderation. Binging will ruin your week of hard work, but a little splurging will not hurt. ...Read more
After taking 1 dose of .50 mg of ativan, (lorazepam) how many days do I need to wait before safely consuming alcohol?
Ativan (lorazepam): Ativan's usual duration of action is around 6 hours. Although the drug may still remain since it has a half life of 10-20 hrs. That means the longer you take this medication, the longer it remains in your system. Make sure to limit consumption to as little as possible once in a while because these both are depressants. ...Read more
I took my last tramadol this afternoon and will not be taking it anymore. How many days should I wait before consuming alcohol?
Alcohol use: Most people use alcohol responsibly. It acts as a mild anxiolytic, reducing the symptoms of stress. However, one in thirteen people, is addicted, about 14 million americans. The amount of damage from this group, deaths and injuries for auto accidents, work related accidents, is in the billions yearly. Responsible use unfortunately become life threatening addiction in too many - why start? ...Read more
That depends...: If you are an alcoholic - then none. ...Read more
That would: Depend to some extent on the amount consumed. ...Read more
Several: You are at higher risk for liver disease. In addition, chronic alcohol users have a higher risk for stroke, heart disease, and some cancers. Alcohol is a toxin and kills brain cells which can never regenerate. Alcoholics are also at higher risk for diabetes and accidents of all kinds. ...Read more
Depends on your goal: Serious question so bear with me. Are voices telling you to do this? If so, then, don't listen to them. If not, then, you should admit that voices were telling you to do this because the idea is BAD, BAD, & just to be sure I don't miss it- VERY BAD. I think you need to talk with someone bout why you're looking to potentially hurt yourself. How bout a glass of water to wash down them pills. ...Read more
Age: First of all it is illegal to make alcohol accessible for anyone under 21 I think the reason for that law is that teenagers are already very impulsive and alcohol potentiates that leading to poor judgement. Teenagers also are less likely to know their limits which depend on wt and metabolism. ...Read more
Why I can't get hard recently?
Not consuming alcohol also don't smoke at all
Not having full erection recently
Here are some...: How long has this been? How often have you tried to have intercourse? Have you had fear & anxiety to failure after an occasion of losing erection? Have you used any drugs which may affect the functions of central nerve system? To sort all related things out correctly for good care, follow instruction in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onSexLife-ED-CareOptions.html. Best wish... ...Read more
Nothing: There is no correlation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Alcohol &antidpresnt: First, alcohol is a depressant. This amounts to taking a depressant w/ an antidepressant. In addition, alcohol is a solvent (some forms will take the paint of your car). Beverage alcohol washes the antidepressant meds out of your body. Antidepressants become effective by building up to a sustained level in your blood. If you drink and keep knocking the level down, it defeats the medication. ...Read more
Amount ?: Wound healing is a complicated process that requires many factors including building blocks (proteins) and fuel (fats and carbohydrates) as well as cofactors (vitamins and minerals). These are interrelated and work together. Poor nutrition means poor healing and poor immune responses. A little alcohol will have little effect. If you consume it at the expense of good nutrition, then healing slows. ...Read more
Yes, it can not only: Effect the results, the reason they are doing it might be explainable if they knew that you were drinking alcohol, because it can screw up the entire endocrine hormonal axis they are looking at. So, the test might be even more than useless, it might be misleading and they can make a false diagnosis, or miss a real one. Please talk to your doctors about your level of alcohol use-dont drink before. ...Read more
Depends the amount:
Usually one drink takes 1-2 hour to disappear. Therefore it should be ok after 4 hours with 2 drinks.
However, there all kinds of cough syrups. Some have tylenol (acetaminophen) and both tylenol (acetaminophen) and alcohol may cause bad liver trouble.
Obviously, it also depends the amount of cough syrup and the presence of any (undetected) liver disease. ...Read more
See below: Could be simple flushing but could also be a sign of incr. Acetaldehyde production which is produced in incr. Amounts from ethanol by an enzyme variant of alcohol dehydrogenase (seen especially in asian people). The "alcohol flush reaction" or "asian flush syndrome" is due to the variant enzyme that is 40-100x more efficient at converting the alcohol to acetaldehyde creating red face blotches. ...Read more
Only while you drink:
Trouble is it will numb you to everything including the road carrying out your job, and the fact that you are destroying your body and brain.
Take it from an only child, being alone has its advantages
instead of drinking find something constructive to do, go help someone, go to the temple of your preferred religion and pray, go out and walk
if you can't stop, get help to learn to not drink. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on your dose of Lorazepam and the amount of alcohol. Generally speaking you should not drink at all while using benzodizepines like lorazepam, due to their interaction. If you are very concerned call 911 or go to your local emergency room. Lorazepam's half life is 12-15 hours, . ...Read more
Discuss with your DR: The original reports of FAS came from births from alcoholics , many of whom did not survive the year.Working backward from their worst case exposure to moderate of minimal exposure has allowed us to suspect etoh effect if specific physical features are present. The suspicion that add or adhd may be part of the process is hard to separate from other causes. Discuss with your dr. ...Read more
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