... beer, wiskey or wine, are there any?
12 Oct 2011
Hello phubbel. I did some reading up on your question and as to Floastor, interacting with alcohol, I couldn't find anything to say that you can or cannot drink alcohol. My own point of view, go ahead, given the drug, it shouldn't interfer with that. Best advice, you might phone a pharmacist, they'll be more than happy to assist you. Have a good one.
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