Can I drink alcohol with diverticulitis?

Still on Antibiotic? While there is no general prohibition against using alcohol when dealing with acute diverticulitis, common sense would suggest that it may not be the best idea. Furthermore, many antibiotics can be affected by alcohol intake, so i would be especially cautious if you are still on antibiotics.
It best not to. Diverticulitis itself is not affected by alcohol however, many of the antibiotics used to treat diverticulitis may interact with alcohol making them less effective or causing severe nausea and vomiting. Avoiding alcohol for 1-2 weeks while being treated is not too big a sacrifice.
Yes. There is no consensus on what diet is appropriate for a patient with diverticulosis/diverticulitis. Alcohol, in moderation, should not worsen diverticulitis, although active diverticulitis can be dangerous. Always seek evaluation if you have pain associated with diverticulitis.

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Can I drink alcohol with diverticulitis.?

Best not to. You should avoid alcohol with diverticulitis because it suppresses the immune system, thins the blood which can worsen bleeding, and may interfere with some antibiotics. If you mean diverticulosis, which is having the colon pockets without pain or infection, then moderate consumption of alcohol is fine (2 drinks daily for men, 1 drink daily for women). Read more...
Yes. Although some antibiotics treatment may interfere with your alcohol so check with your doc. Read more...

Can I drink alcohol with having diverticulis?

Best not to. I would not advise drinking alcohol while having diverticulitis, as alcohol suppresses immune system, thins the blood which could worsen bleeding, and alcohol also interferes with some antibiotics. If you mean diverticulosis, which is having the pockets without pain or infection, then moderate alcohol consumption is fine (2 drinks a day for men, and 1 drink a day or less for women). Read more...
Shouldn't hurt. Drinking alcohol should not have any relevance as far as your diverticuli. Just don't drink too much, anyway. Read more...

Can I drink alcohol on Vyvans?

Don't mix the 2. You are taking a long acting stimulant which does not mix well with alcohol, which is a depressant.Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) may overshadow the normal effects of alcohol. Feeling the effects of alcohol less, you may drink more. Alcohol poisoning is of particular concern when combining the two. You may inadvertently drink too much and not realize it because you don’t feel the normal signs of intoxication. Read more...
Hmmmm. A modest amount at the end of the day when Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) is used early shouldn't be an issue. However, the alcohol will negate the benefits of the Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine). Read more...

Can I drink alcohol twicw a week?

Depends how much. 1 glass of wine for women, 2 glasses for men is acceptable. And may even have health benefits. 1-2 glasses of hard liquor daily is a different story. Pregnant women should not be drinking at all. As in many things in life, moderation and common sense are the key. Read more...

Can I drink alcohol whiled taking Vitamax?

Ethanol. Ethanol with Vitamins basically. Should not be a problem. It also depends on how much alcohol you want to drink. Read more...
Sure, if you want to. pee out the benefits of the vitamins. You list tuberculosis in your list of conditions, and if you are being treated for active Tb, or have a history of it, alcohol is NOT your friend. It reduces our ability to fight infections. It also robs of us vitamins, especially B vitamins. If you are talking social drinking (1-2 standard drinks/day) it should not be a problem. If more, it might be. Read more...