Aspirin side effects: A serious disorder can occur if you drink large amounts of alcohol


If you experience more serious side effects, such as red, blistered and peeling skin or coughing up blood or blood in your pee, poo or vomit, you should immediately seek the advice of a doctor.

In rare cases, it’s possible to have a serious allergic reaction to aspirin.

Although drinking a small amount of alcohol while taking aspirin is usually safe, this is not the same for all pain medication.

The NHS says you should not drink any alcohol while taking dihydrocodeine, gabapentin and tramadol, which are prescription-only painkillers.



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