GENERALLY AVOID: Use of anticholinergic agents with alcohol may result in sufficient impairment of attention so as to render driving and operating machinery more hazardous. In addition, the potential for abuse may be increased with the combination. The mechanism of interaction is not established but may involve additive depressant effects on the central nervous system. No effect of oral propantheline or atropine on blood alcohol levels was observed in healthy volunteers when administered before ingestion of a standard ethanol load. However, one study found impairment of attention in subjects given atropine 0.5 mg or glycopyrrolate 1 mg in combination with alcohol.
Not to mention that symax is usually taken for stomach problems, and alcohol makes stomach problems, so its a doubly bad idea.
- Symax Duotab Information for Consumers
- Symax Duotab Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Symax Duotab (detailed)
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