Antabuse Disulfiram

Antabuse (disulfiram) is an efficient drug intended for the treatment of chronic alcoholism in people unable to fight their addiction. You mustn't drink alcohol and take Antabuse at the same time as this may lead to the following side effects: low blood pressure, flushing, nausea, thirst, vertigo, chest pain and some others, depending on every individual case. It's not recommended to take this medicine during 12 hours after drinking alcohol. If you have brain damage, kidney or liver disease, seizure, diabetes, thyroid disease or mental disorders tell your doctor about that before asking for prescription. A dose adjustment may be required or your doctor can recommend an alternative method of treatment.

Tell your doctor if you think you may have become pregnant while taking Antabuse. The active ingredient disulfiram can pass into breast milk affecting the health of the nursing infant. If you think you have taken too much of this medicine and experience some of the following symptoms - dizziness, vomiting, numbness and tingling, seizures and loss of coordination - seek emergency medical assistance. Patients taking this medicine may experience some mild side effects including skin rash, acne, headache, sore or swollen tongue, impotence, metallic taste in the mouth, drowsiness or tiredness.

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