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What happens if you take alcohol with disulfiram? Taking alcohol while on disulfiram can lead to a disulfiram-alcohol reaction. The reaction can include symptoms such as flushing, headache, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, dizziness, palpitations, shortness of breath, and confusion. These symptoms can be severe and potentially life-threatening in some cases.

How much alcohol can I drink if I am taking disulfiram? It is generally recommended to completely avoid alcohol while taking disulfiram. Even small amounts of alcohol, such as in certain medications, mouthwashes, or food preparations, can trigger the disulfiram-alcohol reaction. It's important to read labels and avoid any products containing alcohol.

Can I drink alcohol the night before taking disulfiram? It is generally advised to abstain from alcohol for at least 12 hours before starting disulfiram. This helps ensure that there is no alcohol remaining in your system when you begin taking the medication.

How many hours after taking disulfiram can I drink alcohol? After taking disulfiram, you should avoid alcohol completely. Disulfiram remains active in your system for up to 2 weeks after the last dose, so it is important to refrain from drinking during that time to avoid the disulfiram-alcohol reaction.

The elimination rate of disulfiram from the body is approximately 0.25-0.5 L/hour.