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Methocarbamol and alcohol interactions can occur.

Side Effects

Combining alcohol with methocarbamol will increase the side effects of the drug, including dizziness, drowsiness, trouble concentrating, lack of coordination, and poor judgment. 


Drinking alcohol while taking methocarbamol can enhance the effects the medication has on the central nervous system. The FDA recommends people taking this drug do not drink alcohol. People who drink alcohol regularly should tell their medical providers before taking methocarbamol. 

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