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Bph Drink Red Wine
BPH is abbrev of benign prostate hyperplasia, which is a general, confusing, clinical term for men's trouble to void although it is a pathological term to describe microscopic increase in number & size of glandular cells in the prostate, starting as early as age 30. For better use, LUTS is proposed to replace BPH. More? ...Read more
Alcohol is a poison and never did anybody any good, ever.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Vomitus: It is not normal for vomit to be black suggests bleeding from ulcer or other. Needs urgent evaluation. Digested blood is black. ...Read more
To a certain extent: Studies have shown that alcohol, especially wine, has protective effects on the heart and circulation. Women are advised to limit alcohol to one drink a day and men two drinks a day. Alcohol is not recommended in pregnant women, people with a history of alcoholism, liver disease, or stroke. ...Read more
It could: Everything in moderation. Too much of anything is no good. ...Read more
Wine and emesis: You need to see your internist and have GI testing done as the symptoms may be serious. ...Read more
My husband says drinking red wine is good 4 health is it true? i was totally against alcohol hearing this from my husband i was confused can u help?
Antioxidants...: Red wine has been shown to be beneficial for health-likely due to the antioxidants that are found in the skin of the grapes. This is not a reason to start drinking wine if you don't drink alcohol. Excessive alcohol consumption certainly has risks that outweigh the benefits. If you want antioxidants, you are better off eating a spinach salad with vegetables than drinking wine. ...Read more
What is the effect of drinking red wine? Also i find it difficult to stool the following morning because the stool was very strong, what caused it
Two questions: Red wines contain tannins which enhance taste. There are about 50+ varietals. Some people do not tolerate wines for various reasons. Hard stools, if related to the wine are likely caused by dehydration. Wine acts as a diuretic, causing you to urinate more, and because you are imbibing the wine you may reduce your water intake. Of course, your stool issue may not have anything to do with wine. ...Read more
Is tryptophan in red wine? My cheeks get red & hot when i drink red wine. But its in a lot of other foods & my cheeks don't get red & hot when i eat.
Be careful: If someone has active hepatitis b infection, they are at risk for liver cancer even if they do not have cirrhosis. Alcohol may increase the risk of developing liver cancer, cirrhosis, and liver failure. It is probably safest to eliminate alcohol (maybe a glass of wine on your birthday). ...Read more
No: Enjoy your wine. Ignore the "pop" internet advice about food choices for this and most other diseases. Best wishes. ...Read more
Allergy: Sounds like you could have an allergy. Try avoiding red wine. ...Read more
blood vessels dilate: Does this happen with all alcohol or just red wine? Many individuals will have histamine release due to alcohol exposure which results in the flushing. If symptoms are directly related to red wine, the culprit may be the tannins or the sulfates in the wine. Try wine low in tannins or organic sulfate free wine. ...Read more
Hmmm: Usually the smallest dose is .5 mg, so are you breaking these in half? Lorazepam & alcohol have additive effects as CNS depressants. Together they impair psychomotor function. Also, you did not say how much wine you are drinking or what other meds you are on or what med conditions you have. The danger increases as the amount of alcohol you consume increases. Generally, a bad combination. ...Read more
When a cardiologist tells you to drink a little red wine, how much does he mean for you to drink?
I drink a lot of red wine - could it be an allergic reaction or some horrible thing that's undiagnosed?
Symptoms: Please explain what symptoms you are having with red wine as it is not clear from your question. ...Read more
Drinking red wine and mixing it with red bull . Is this dangerous? My sister drinks 5 or 6 glasses a day. Will this cause diarrahea?
Okay, is drinking one glass of red wine daily good or bad for you? Not the carbonated, fruity stuff, but the actual cabernets and merlots.
I accidentally took 1 restavit tablet (doxylalamine) after having two glasses of red wine. I don't usually drink much or take restavit. Is that ok?
Not recommended: Doxylamine (Restavit, Unisom, Dozile, Donormyl, Dormidina) is a first-generation antihistamine often used as a short-term sedative and sleep aid. The effects of alcohol can be increased by some antihistamines like Restavit. Ref: http://www.livestrong.com/article/236509-side-effects-and-warnings-of-doxylamine-succinate/ ...Read more