Alcohol and Macrobid | Can you Drink Alcohol and Beer While on Macrobid?
There are many different antibiotics that are frequently prescribed, and one of these is Macrobid. Macrobid is a brand name, while the generic name is nitrofurantoin monohydrate/microcrystalline. This drug is prescribed to treat bacterial infections and more specifically, bladder infections. It stops the growth of bacteria, and it’s not used to treat viral infections.
The following provides more information about Macrobid, and answers the commonly asked question “can you drink alcohol and beer while on Macrobid?”
- Stomach pain or tenderness of the abdomen
- Clay-colored stools
- Dark urine
- Problems with appetite
- Yellowing of the skin or eye
- Severe nausea or vomiting
- Fatigue or a feeling of weakness
- Swelling of the feet or legs
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