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Can I drink alcohol if I take fentanyl buccal tablets?

You should not drink alcoholic beverages when taking fentanyl buccal tablets. Alcohol can exaggerate and worsen side effects of fentanyl buccal tablets and could cause breathing difficulty, very low blood pressure, and heavy sedation.

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