It depends on the type of painkiller. If you are interested, please consider registering. Paracetamol Pandol is an over-the-counter drug used for relief of fever and minor body aches and pains. A little tip I learnt at hospital! The 19 most relatable student problems Started by: It will mainly damage your liver, if I take Tylenol I avoid drinking alcohol and tend to avoid taking Tylenol if I've been drinking.
All times are GMT Straight from the acetaminophen monograph: Follow 14 Apr 21, 6. It's all about the 4 hour gap inbetween doses of the paracetamol. Alcohol induces the formation of NAPQI, a toxic metabolite of acetaminophen or Paracetamol as it is know in Europe that can damage your liver.
Once I was going out clubbing but my bad ankle was extremely painful so I stupidly took 4 paracetomol to ease the pain so I could dance.
It is usually safe to drink a moderate amount of alcohol no more than the daily guideline if you are taking a painkiller that can be bought over the counter such as paracetamol or ibuprofen; providing you get relevant advice as described below.
Prescription-only painkillers Prescription-only painkillers for moderate pain include dihydrocodeine, gabapentin and tramadol. Follow 4 I don't feel too well, what do you suggest? Follow 1 Faith and Spirituality Replies: If you are feeling normal, then its good because dose was small. Apr 20, 2.
BB code is On. Feel free to discuss with your physician about your alcohol consumption.
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Combinations - What happens if you combine paracetamol with alcohol? Obviously the amount of damage depends on the dose of acetaminophen and how much glutathione stores you have in your body glutathione is what prevents NAPQI from binding to your liver, and it's depleted in people who don't eat well.
Follow 2 If it is then whoever suggested it needs a hearty slap! University of Bath Replies: