Ibuprofen at high dose can cause drowsiness, dizziness, and alcohol may intensify these effects and increase the risk of accidental injury. The use of alcohol increases the risk of stomach irritation and bleeding. People taking ibuprofen regularly or at risk of stomach irritation should avoid alcohol. Other effects could be dizziness, stomach irritation/bleeding, and nausea.
Drinking alcohol and taking amoxicillin may increase the side effects caused by the medications. Alcohol should be avoided when taking any medications.
Drinking increases the medications side effects.
Because you can get adverse side effects as a result of drinking while taking medications.
I have been taking Lexapro and Adderol for the past 2 years. I haven't had any bad experiences while drinking, however, it does make increase the side effects of alcohol. I got intoxicated more with a less amount of alcohol.
can i drink alchol after taking 1 400mg of ibuprofen
nausea, vomiting, somnolence, over dose
It takes 6-8 hours for ibuprofen to be depleted from your system.
The leaflet in the pack states (in bold) that you should NOT drink alcohol so I wouldn't if I were you...
First off if you are sick you shouldn't be drinking anyway. Alcohol lowers your immune system and it counteracts the effects of the antibiotics.
Alcohol intensifies the effects. You could pass out, if not feel extremely sleepy.