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Antabuse (disulfiram) is specially designed to discourage drinking alcohol by causing a number of unpleasant sensations. Do not give this medicine to anyone already intoxicated or people unaware of the effects Antabuse may cause. In case patients taking Antabuse drinking any amount of alcohol dangerous and highly-unpleasant side effects can occur, including sweating, flushing of the face, choking, vomiting, nausea, blurred vision, weakness, breathing difficulty, anxiety, chest pain, headache, and mental confusion. These effects may be experienced up to 2 weeks after you stopped taking Antabuse, so make sure you wait for longer than that before drinking to avoid the symptoms. Even in case of having a minor surgery please make sure your surgeon knows that you are taking Antabuse. Tell your doctor if you have or ever had kidney or liver disease, thyroid disease, epilepsy, brain damage or diabetes, as this may affect your dosage and the success of your treatment in general. It's important to let your health provider know if you are taking any of the following medications: amitriptyline, vitamins, phenytoin, isoniazid, metronidazole, alcohol-containing medications, blood thinners etc. These medicines may cause interactions with Antabuse, so if you would like to take them simultaneously you may not be able to. Your health care provider will tell you which of these drugs can be safely combined with a lower dosage of Antabuse and which ones you will have to stop taking temporarily if that's at all possible.