Metronidazole and a glass of wine

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and also, I have a wedding to attend tonight and there will be wine served. Will a glass of wine interupt the antibiotic and penacillian process? I have read the cautions of upset stomach...just want to know if it will effect the medication. thanks for your help.
They sent me home with a diagnosis of Arthritis and a script for motrin and vicodin. There is no visible inflammation on my neck but the pain is unbeleivable! It seems to worsen when Im up moving around (as when my heart rate increases) its like i can feel my pulse in that area and its painful. I didnt know that arthritis in the neck would cause you to feel pain when your heart rate increases. Im terrified that they missed something in the tests they ran.
I had a regimen of aspirin and plavix 6 years ago to help prevent restenosis (blood clot) at the site of a drug enduced stent (DES). There is a small percentage of people that may benefit from the dual regimen, and one year post stent implant procedure the benefit/ risk now favors the risk outweighs the benefit. I did not have any easy bruising, and if there is easy briusing that indicates a higher risk for excessive bleeding and the risk may outweigh the benefit.
So, I hope I'm talking about the same stuff y'all are talking about. I like the idea of sitz baths and wine so far and plan to draw myself a bath and pour a little vino even though it's not even noon yet. Let me know what you girls think about this. Let's keep in touch. I feel better just knowing y'all are out there.
i am cd17 of my 5th clomid cycle. not even a sniff of a bfp yet and i am loosing hope. not at the clinic until end nov and dont know what the next steps may be or if i can afford to continue ttc good luck to fellow clomid cyclers!
I also take Colace daily and stay on a high fiber diet and drink a LOT of water. I hope this helps a little - I didn't realize so many others are suffering from similar issues. Best of luck to all of you.
My face gets bright red and burning sensations on occasions alone, when i have a glass of wine, eat hot foods...etc. I also bought a facial cleanser, foundation and moisturizer from Macy's that is for the 'treatment' of Rosacea and to help with the redness, expensive it was and again did nothing, my face is still red and burning.... I can't afford to go to a dermatologist right now, but dont know what to do.
He was on antibiotics for FOUR MONTHS straight before he got better - a high dose of Doxycycline, as well as Flagyl, which is a brand name for Metronidazole, and anti-biotic found useful against anaerobic infections such as clostridium tetani (the bacteria that causes the disease tetanus). I'm going to try this approach.
Well, I'm going to go home and have a Big glass of red wine. My hubby and I are going to Vegas this weekend and I'm going to try really really hard not to let this spoil my trip. Oh, last week I decided to get a 2nd opinion and have an appt on Monday, 9/17/12 with a neurologist that came highly recommended to me. I think I'll feel better after that. Also, I have my two year MRI check-up in December. So, we'll see I guess and time will tell. I just hate this wait and see.
You will be hard pressed to find a physician that will not tell you that you may have a glass of wine or a beer now and again while on ATB therapy. But everyone has there own opinion and they are entitled to it. We must do what is best for us. Personally I don't drink. There was a time I would have had a glass of wine or two. As far as I'm concerned right now I take too many medications to risk having a drink. If all I took was an ATB I would still have a glass of wine.
Also - get someone to fetch you a large glass of water and drink as much as you can before passing out - you need to stay hydrated!
I am beyond the acne stage, as i had it as a teenager but it went away as it does to most. My face gets bright red and burning sensations on occasions alone, when i have a glass of wine, eat hot foods...etc. I also bought a facial cleanser, foundation and moisturizer from Macy's that is for the 'treatment' of Rosacea and to help with the redness, expensive it was and again did nothing, my face is still red and burning....
Saline solution is salt water. You can buy a bottle of saline solution in a drugstore, and it works just fine. However, the store-bought saline solution will contain a preservative, to keep things from growing in the water, and some people will find the preservative to be irritating to their mucus membranes. Store-bought saline is also expensive, and the quantities required will make you hesitant. It’s cheap and easy to make your own saline, a gallon at a time.
Some few years ago I suffered a few times from a stiffness and a feeling of swelling with a moderate pain on walking in the middle of my left calf only. The stiffness and pain appeared a few seconds after I got out of bed. I could perform any kind of leg movement, even hopping on the left leg, without changing the degree or location of the pain. I noticed the apparent location of the pain could change slightly.
My hubby picked it up for me and it was a big bottle of pills instead of a liquid. I figured I would just take them and see how it went. I think it is actually working better, as I take them 3 times a day, once after each meal. I have less bloating, and the dark spots on my tongue even shrunk. Sprinkling the probiotics on my tongue does help, but it is short lived. I have about 5 days left on the Tindamax before I cycle off again, so I expect to get a break next week.
I paid attention to this cut because it was followed by a series of pelvic pain, discomfort, UTI symptoms and a bunch of stuff. Everything I got tested for was negative... UTI, yeast, bacteria, cultures... Then the herpes subject came up again. I thought I most certainly had herpes and it answered so many questions. Culture and blood test for herpes was negative as of last month. My OB basically washed their hands of me and told me I had a dry vagina and use replense wipes.
now i am starting to worry if i did, and if so, what. also, on my most recent blood test i had a GGT of 299 and a BUN of 6. does any of this make any sense and point anyone in a direction i could go?
Alcohol use is discouraged because of the potential interaction between alcohol and coumadin in patients with liver disease and due to the increased risks of bleeding if one was to fall after having a bit too much. An occasional glass of wine would probably be ok with your doctor. Q: Just how problematic and restrictive is the use of coumadin, I'm hearing and reading that this is a nasty drug to be on.
The blood from before was like a nosebleed -- all of a sudden there was a lot and it was everywhere and within half an hour it was gone. But it was the same kind of blood -- bright red. NOT period blood. My vagina doesnt really seem to hurt but it's a little tender and when I wipe, the toilet paper has a very faded pink color on it.
And, yes, I would like to hunt down the doctor who mis-diagnosed me 15 years ago and give him a piece of my mind. Anyway, I believe stress is definitely a huge part of what brings these outbreaks on (whatever they are). I can count on having an outbreak at least once a month and ALWAYS right before I start my period. I have IBS which can cause a lot of straining when attempting to use the bathroom. I haven't had a yeast infection in at least 20 years.
The the hives came back with a rampage. I starter Zertec and Hydroxizine but they hives got progressily worse and of course at night time; "why" in the H... do they come back so bad at night? Then I started oding on Zertec and Hydroxizine. Woke up like a zomby with high blood sugar again. This time I had an appointment with the dermotolgist (probably the 100th derm dr I have seen since this all started way back when...even went to Duke Univerysity Hospital, no help there either.
I ate lunch, got the warning signal, made it to the ladies room intime for green diahreah. My friend who had a gall bladder stone the size of a grape hadd all of these symptoms and is much bett now that her entire gallbladder is out. 12 months of doctors and 4 years of symptoms and still no answers. Please someone find a cure!
Ok - so what I did was I thought - if it is bacterial ie as a result of hairs etc and maybe a drop of urine etc causing growth of bacteria, I decided to use a little sitz bath wash with warm water with some detol in it. Did this and then put some antibactial powder on it. It went itchy like crazy! Then I put some antifungal cream and it went away completely.
from the last PATM message board, who was cured after only drinking a small glass of red wine each night and doing a lemon/lime enema every 3 days? I was looking for a connection between the red wine and our problems. This is what I found: "Resveratrol and red wine extracts inhibit the growth of CagA+ strains of Helicobacter pylori in vitro." http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1489755 http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:17230601 Hmmm....
My hands itch so bad scratching with my nails and interlocking my finger of both hands and rubbing causes a relief while doing this that reaches a level of cessation. Then 5 minutes later it returns with more intensity. This continues for close to an hour sometimes. By this time my hands are burnng hot and swollen to more than twice their size lasting into the next day. Very hot water helps. You'll know how hot. Then a freezer bag filled with ice. Thats all I can help with.
Well, since my appt my skin has turned white at the top of my libia and it's thick in a couple places. I saw a different dr yesterday and he did a biopsy and said it could be one of three things: vulvar dermatosis, hyperplasia, or lichen sclerosis. I don't find out until Tuesday. I'm a wreck! I guess when your skin changes it could be a sign of cancer. From what I understand it would only be on the surface, but I'm not sure.
Alcohol use is discouraged because of the potential interaction between alcohol and coumadin in patients with liver disease and due to the increased risks of bleeding if one was to fall after having a bit too much. An occasional glass of wine would probably be ok with your doctor. Q: Just how problematic and restrictive is the use of coumadin, I'm hearing and reading that this is a nasty drug to be on.
maybe with all of our resources and a heck of a lot of hope, we'll find a cure someday?! I think we are all willing, at least I would be willing to go to GREAT lengths and expense to find a cure, b/c this is a QUALITY OF LIFE issue.
mommyin09 ~ Her name is Maile and she is a 8 month old mini daucshund...I don't have a picture of her yet, but I do have a picture of my other pets a cat name Mya and a pug named Koa and they are both 4 years old. We have lots of fur babies. I got this last puppy for my husband when his father passed away this December. We had so much negative going on that she brought a very much needed ray of sunshine to our lives.
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