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Can You Drink On Steroids?

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abbeyleigh | 17:14 Mon 30th Jan 2023 | Food & Drink
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If I go on them for my throat can I drink aseant to be out Saturday


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It wouldn't be advisable, Abbey, but it's unlike to cause any real harm if you just take it easy and don't consume too much.
Maybe not alcohol but there are other choices.
Read the instructions on the medication, rather than listen to cyberspace amateurs.
Meow, Canary.
If you are unwell enough to need steroids you probably shouldn't be going out. Why not stay in and take proper care of yourself.
Drink aseant?
Do you mean absinthe?
Aseant = as meant?
Oh! ....can I drink as meant to be out Saturday
Yes, you can.
What are you going to wear?
Abbey, will you be coming back to join the conversation?
Do as Canary says. I drink on the ones I often have but then I dont go mad at all, just a pint or two.

Even if the tablets dont react remember chundering throws out the medication too. Steroid pavement pizza's for the local wildlife I suppose.
"Taking steroid tablets with other medicines, food or alcohol

Some medicines interfere with the way steroid tablets work. Tell your doctor if you take any other medicines, including herbal remedies and supplements, before starting steroid tablets.

If you're already taking steroid tablets, ask your doctor or a pharmacist for advice before taking any other medicines, remedies or supplements.

You can usually drink alcohol while taking steroid tablets, but do not drink too much as this may irritate your stomach.

You can also eat most foods while taking steroid tablets. Do not eat liquorice while taking prednisolone, however, as this can increase the amount of the medicine in your body."

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