All medical personnel will tell you that you should not take alcohol with any drugs. That being said, you will need will need to listen to what your body is telling you. I am in a similar situation as you and so far there has not been any problem. My hematologist, one of the top in the country, knows and has not made a big deal about it. You picked my two favorite types of drink. Cheers.
Well I am a 69 years old recently diagnosed with AFIP. I am very discipline person when it comes to taking medication and or follow Drs instruction. I was prescribed Xarelto. My Dr said drinking alcohol and coffee can increase the AFIP episode. Now Listen they are not telling you don't drink, they are telling to take it easy unless you are an alcoholic person, a drink here and there will not bother it trust me. I drink Vodka Martini, and beer, and Margareta. What I noticed is this when I drink more than 2 drinks next day my AFIP going a little wild, however again when I have a drink here and there I have no issues at all. So enjoy your wine with your meal. Remember every person is different.
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