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Paracetamol : Interaction with Alcohol


Interaction of Paracetamol with Alcohol - For your own safety It is important to understand and avoid the drug-food interaction and how to take the medication. Drug-food interaction can sometimes cause side effects and can even reduce the efficacy of the drug.
Paracetamol is a non-opiate, analgesic and antipyretic, prescribed for headache, pain (muscle ache, backache) and fever either alone or combined with other medications.

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Paracetamol Interactions with Alcohol

Do not drink alcohol while taking paracetamol as it may lead to liver damage.
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How to Take the Medication -

Paracetamol can be taken with or without food. You can take 4-6 doses in a day with a minimum gap of 4 hours.
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