Effects Of Alcohol With Butalbital Acetaminophen Caffeine 50-325-40

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I have taken 3 doses of Butalbital Acetaminophen Caffeine (50-325-40) within the last 9 hours. My last one being an hour ago. Is it safe to have a few margaritas?



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David Says:

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool), alcohol has a high interaction potential with acetaminophen and butalbital.

They go on to note that taking this combination together is not recommend and may result in dangerous side effects including but not limited to the following: Slowing down your nervous system, liver damage, loss of balance, dizziness, slurred speech, feeling confused, experiencing changes in mental awareness, abdominal pain, having chills, fevers, yellow skin or itchy skin, dark urine or dark-colored stools.

You can also cross-reference this by visiting the webpage noted above and make your own informed judgment call based on these details. I for one would hold off the drinks for at least a few hours.

Hope this helps!

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