Can you take flucloxacillin and drink alcohol?
Yes you can. The antibiotics that should not be consumed in conjunction with alcohol are; metronidazole, tinidazole and sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim All others can be consumed in conjunction with alcohol, but it is widely recommend that if you must consume alcohol, it should only be done in moderation.
It is estimated that it could take up to for your body to get rid of the alcohol in one standard drink?
Yes you can take both paracetamol and flucloxacillin. There is no known significant interaction between either drugs and both can be taken together in moderation by following the recommended dose. As flucloxacillin starts to destroy the infection the pain will soon subside and paracetamol may be stopped. However flucloxacillin should be taken for the full duration of the treatment. Even if you are feeling better it is important to finish the antibiotic treatment course.
Ethyl Alcohol generally called Alcohol, can be grouped into two categories: Industrial alcohol and Medicinal or Edible alcohol. Only edible alcohol can be drunk. But one point should taken in mind seriously that you should not drink any drink contains edible alcohol after you take some cephalosporin pills. The cephalosporin pills can take reaction with edible alcohol to form a terrible toxicant, causing death.