Safe to drink 20 ounces of red wine everyday? Taking Advil
Can I get by with drinking 20 ounces of red wine a day? Starting with the first 4 ounce at 7 oclock in the morning and the last glass at 9 in the evening with my Advill pm sleeping pill? Will I lose my liver or kidneys? I have been doing this for 20 years I walk my dogs a mile every day. I am...
Pain in the testicles. Could this be due to drinking wine?
iam a sports man and I do yoga and play badminton regularly .Iam a service man in a company . I dont smoke and i do not have any habit of taking any type of drugs except wine.Once or twice in a week.My age is now 53 for the past some months When I take alcohol 4 to 5 pegs the other day I have...
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Is it safe to drink alcohol while taking DS tablets?
hi..I am taking Saaz DS tablets for last 5 days, I want to know if it is safe to take alcohol while taking this tablet? thanks in advance.. I am having back pain problem for last one month. I visited Doctor 5 days back.He has prescribed me some other tablets (e.g. CCM etc.) as well. I am yet to...
A glass of wine, red wine that is, daily, has been proven to increase good cholesterol (HDL) and is part of the true Mediterranean diet; more than that may actually be bad.
I had a glass of wine 4 hours ago. Now i need to drink my muscle relaxer because of a pinched nerve . Is it safe to drink my muscle relaxer?
I think it is safe for you if you took just one glass of wine. Wine can also cause mild muscle relaxation. The effect can be additive. Usually you should give a gap of at least 8-10 hours between intake of both.
Am taking Antibiotic APO-Sulfatrim DS 800mg/160mg for infected wound and is healing great. My question is can i have a few drinks thisevening while on this?
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Sulfatrim D S ( sulfamethoxazole+trimethoprim) do't interact with wine , you can have. Good luck. Dr, HET
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