Aminocaproic acid and its Interactions with Alcohol

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Aminocaproic acid interaction with Alcohol It is important to know how to take the medication to avoid the drug-food interaction. This interaction can sometimes also reduce the effectiveness of the drug itself.

Drug Name : Aminocaproic acid

Aminocaproic Acid is an antidote, prescribed for excessive bleeding caused by fibrinolytic drugs. It may also be used in some other conditions to stop excessive bleeding e.g.abruptio placentae, bleeding after delivery etc.

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Aminocaproic acid Interactions with Alcohol

Alcohol should be avoided with aminocaproic acid due to the possibility of an interaction.

How to Take the Medication - Aminocaproic acid

Aminocaproic acid is available in the form of a tablet, a syrup and an injection. You can take the oral medication with food or on an empty stomach every 3 to 6 hourly. Follow the instructions and dose exactly as directed by your doctor. You should not stop taking the medicine without consulting your doctor.



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