A 29-year-old male asked:
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whats the chance of damage to liver or other parts of body drinking 10.2 units of alcohol in one sitting once per month? enjoy a few beers now n again

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Dr. Robert Sterling
44 years experience Emergency Medicine
Bang Bang Yer Dead: Oh, probably like banging your thumb with a hammer once a month with occasional hits in-between.Time to heal, then damage, heal,damage,etc.And what's this 10.2 "units?"Milligrams of alcohol? \Ounces?Glasses? Buckets?Probably a bigger danger is that you ever-so-slowly increase your frequency and/or amounts. Plus, so-called "binge drinking.Check-out"The Perils of Binge Drinking"(at readersdigest.ca)
Answered on Aug 13, 2016

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