Can you drink alcohol with one kidney?

Answer On One Hand: Alcohol is Fine in ModerationAccording to the National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse, you can drink alcohol if you have one kidney as long as you drink in mode... Read More »

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Can I drink beer with one kidney?

A person who has had one kidney removed should still be able to enjoy a beer or glass of wine, but drinking heavily can lead to damage of the remaining kidney.References:Cancer Research UK: Kidney ... Read More »

Can you drink alcohol with a uti?

On One Hand: Alcohol Increases UrinationDrinking alcoholic beverages causes you to urinate more frequently. On the surface, this may seem to be a boon when it comes to getting rid of a urinary trac... Read More »

Can you drink alcohol with LDN?

On One Hand: Pleasure-Blocking PropertiesNalterxone blocks the effects of narcotics and is sometimes used to block the effects of alcohol dependency. Nalterxone thwarts the sensory receptors that s... Read More »