Hydrocodone with paracetamol is lortab. Paracetamol or acetaminophen can cause liver damage if you take more than the prescribed dosage for long term and if you have liver issues. Intake of alcohol chronically can cause liver damage.
If you take it occasional then there is no problem.
You should always take medications if you have some symptoms or else avoid medications. Get liver functions tests done on the present date for ruling out any liver problems.
tyhe only way to know if your liver is truly damaged is through medical tests--blood work specifically- to seee if the lab values are off. The good news is that the liver can regenerate itself if it is damaged,
Under normal circumstances, alcohol and medications don't go together. Taking wine would defintely enhance the side effects of Lortab, and these include drowsiness, nausea, lightheadedness, constipation.
Severe side effects include slow irregular breathing, anxiety, severe constipation,difficulty in urination, and even liver damage, as you have stated.Signs of liver damage include jaundice, which is the yellowing of the eyes.
Urine colur is usually dark, and in addtion an upper right abdominal pain.
But to be on the safer side, you might need to see a doctor.
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