Can you drink occasional beer while taking coumadin/warfarin?

Yes. An occaisional beer should not be an issue for patients taking coumadin (warfarin). Excessive alcohol consumption, which can lead to bleeding in the stomach and liver dysfunction should be avoided because these problems will be compounded by coumadin (warfarin).
Yes. Yes if it is small amounts of alcohol taken occasionally. Large amounts of alcohol can decrease effects of Coumadin (warfarin) and make you more likely to develop blood clots, it also can increase risk of GI bleeding.

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Is it ok to drink beer while on warfarin? If so, hoe much is too much? And how is it ok to drink?

Not a good idea. Warfarin is very sensitive to changes in the body, and to changes in one's diet or medications. If a person absolutely must drink alcoholic beverages, she has to work out a plan with her primary doctor to follow the changes in blood test results and adjustments in medication dose. That's probably the only way to figure out how much of an effect a given amount of alcohol has on one specific person. Read more...

Can I occasionally have a beer or glass or wine (say every friday or saturday) while on a 10.75 mg dose of warfarin/coumadin?

Alcohol and warfarin. Yes there is no reason why you can not have a glass of wine or a beer on weekends if you are on warfarin.But your dose 10.75 seems, there is some error, either it is 10 or 7.5 mgm i suppose.But dose does not matter as it is based on pt and inr, blood tests. Read more...
As long as it's one. Don't push it. One glass a week is probably ok. Read more...