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Did you know, some antibiotics can react negatively with alcohol

Did you know, some antibiotics can react negatively with alcohol?

Some antibiotics such as metronidazole which is often given for dental infections can cause stomach pain, nausea, flushing and even vomiting if mixed with alcohol.

Which means, even small amounts of alcohol in some mouthwashes in enough to cause these reactions.


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