Casual Alcohol with meds
Feb 13, 2006
Hi- I'm taking the once a day 4 tablets of Kaletra and the once a day one a day Truvada for almost 3 months now. I was wondering if I was able to drink alcohol once in a blue moon with this regimen and how much could I consume at once. Thanks.
Response from Dr. Conway
There is no absolute contraindiciation to occasional alcohol consumption related to the medications you are taking. Of course, if taken in large amounts, alcohol can be toxic to your liver, and this may increase the toxicity of your medications and lead to the premature failure of your regimen, so be sure to use good sense in your use of alcohol. Cheers.
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