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What foods, drinks, drugs, or activities should I avoid while taking Midol?

It is a good idea to avoid alcohol while taking Midol, as alcohol can increase the effect of this medication. Because Midol contains acetaminophen and caffeine, you should also avoid foods, beverages, and medications that provide additional sources of these substances. Until you know how you will react to Midol, do not drive or operate machinery while taking this medication.

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