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Can One Night Of Drinking Cause Bleeding In The Stools The Next Day
No. : Blood in your stools does not relate to booze. But (a) if you're drinking that hard that needs attention in its own right and (b) bloody stools always require an explanation. Cut down on your booze. And see a doctor. ...Read more
I had a big night of drinking last night and had Guinness. This morning my stool was normal but now it's loose and black. Should I be worried?
Visted ER for spitting a lil blood,after a night of drinking, doc did a rectal test for blood ,results negative ,gastritis, now I'm having black stool?
Go back to ER: If the doctor only did a rectal soon after you threw up blood, then it was too soon for the blood to have made it to your colon. He did not check your stomach for blood? If you are having black stools, or are dizzy, go to the ER again. No more drinking for you, cowboy! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is binge drinking the reason for slight stomach ache and loose stool? If yes how long will it continue after drinking stops?
It can be : Binge drinking can lead to alcoholic gastritis, which causes stomach pain. The loose stools can be part of general GI irritation. If your system is responding this way, it's giving you a strong message to stop abusing it. If you still have difficulty in a few days, please see your physician. If you have dark stools or vomit blood, get emergency medical attention. ...Read more
Rectal bleeding with every bowel movment it has been going on for about six monthes I have tried stool softners and i only drink water
Let explain: The common causes of rectal bleeding include anal fissure, hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, colon cancer and polyps, post-polypectomy, angiodysplasias, colitis and proctitis, and meckel's diverticula. Rectal bleeding also may be seen with bleeding that is coming from the stomach, duodenum, or small intestine. You have to go to check it out. ...Read more
Nosebleed: One possibility is that during the alcohol binge you got into a fight, and someone punched you in the nose. Alcohol can also act like a blood thinner, causing your platelets to be less "sticky" and not clot well. This is apparently more common in male drinkers than women. If you drink often, you may even have less platelets, period. http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh21-1/42.pdf. ...Read more
Will one isolated incidence of acute intoxication (10+ standard drinks) cause permanent brain damage in a youth with no previous binge drinking habits
Growing brain: Brain is still growing in teenagers and young brain provided given the correct nutrition can heal the damage. Do a cleanse to heal liver and gall bladder. Acute intoxication is a transient phenomenon. Intensity of intoxication lessens with time, and effects eventually disappear in the absence of further use of the substance. Recovery is therefore complete except where tissue damage exists. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had four colon polyps removed, one was 15mm and causing bleeding in stool. I was told I didnt has ibs/chrons/colitis. What caused these polyps then?
Viral field changes: With 4 polyps one needs to know if there is a familial history of polyposis. In addition are the polyps adenomatous or inflammatory. Rare for an adenomatous polyp of 1.5 mm to be symptomatic. If not congenital and appearing adenomatous, the mechanism appears to be polyoma virus transfecting mucosal epithelium and then as various lesions appear if a malignancy arises it suppresses the others. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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