A 18-year-old male asked about a 17-year-old female:
My girlfriend had a girls night with her friends friday night, and had a little too much fun and drank until she threw up a lot, the next day she had a typical hangover with a headache, a little bit of dizziness, feeling sick to her stomach off and on. th
2 doctor answers • 2 doctors weighed in
Neurology 33 years experience
What's the question?: A girl's night out of your friend's with an age presumably around yours of 17 and with a statement you made of "a typical hangover" concerns me very much for likely problems of your friend in terms of alcohol abuse. It would be best if you spoke to her about seeking help for this sort of thing before she gets into really serious trouble that will affect her entire life.
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Internal Medicine 31 years experience
DEHYDRATION: Excess Alcohol use can cause dehydration which will give MYALGIAS /Nausea/headache/vertigo. Usually secondary to dehydration. Push fluids water 64-80 oz/dy. Zinc 100mg. VITC 5gm. If symptoms persist or worsen seek prompt evaluation.
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Last updated Apr 23, 2017
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