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Dr. Gregg Albers
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Alcohol Consumption (Definition)

Alcohol is available in many beverages, from beer and wine to the more potent distilled spirits, such as gin, rye, and whiskey. There appear to be at least small health benefits of small amounts of alcohol use (fewer than five drinks per week), especially of red wine Excessive alcohol use can lead to addiction and severe social and physical complications. Excess long term alcohol use is the most common cause of cirrhosis of the ...Read more


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Is alcohol consumption for diabetics okay?

Is alcohol consumption for diabetics okay?

Alcohol in Diabetics: As per national Institute of Health: Alcohol use can worsen diabetes-related medical complications, such as disturbances in fat metabolism, nerve damage, and eye disease. long-term alcohol ingestion in diabetics who are not adequately nourished can lead to dangerously low blood sugar levels. Please continue follow up with your Physician and discuss Diabetes and your Alcohol use. ...Read more

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Is drinking alcohol after taking zithromax safe?

Is drinking alcohol after taking zithromax safe?

Not recommended: Using zithromax together with alcohol can stress your liver significantly, even (rarely) to the point of liver failure. If you have liver disease, are taking any other medications that the liver metabolizes, you are especially susceptible. Alcohol is a toxin and strain on the liver -- and can cause serious problems. Don't risk hurting yourself! good health! ...Read more

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Can alcohol consumption cause hemolysis?

Can alcohol consumption cause hemolysis?

Zieve's syndrome: Although quite a rare illness, there is something called Zieve's syndrome, wherein alcohol consumption can lead to hemolysis. The mechanism of hemolysis in Zieve's syndrome is not entirely understood. Alcohol is a toxin, and has damaging effects to the body -which is really too bad. Hopefully you can get some help, as hemolytic anemia can be bad news, as well as the liver problems etc with alcohol ...Read more

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Will drinking alcohol cause cirrhosis?

Will drinking alcohol cause cirrhosis?

Yes: It use to be leading cause but hepatitis c is currently is the leading cause of cirrhosis in the us. ...Read more

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Effects caused by alcohol and Flagyl mixing?

Effects caused by alcohol and Flagyl mixing?

Feel sick: You may feel horrible, and you may vomit. ...Read more

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Can alcohol free wine effect the liver?

Can alcohol free wine effect the liver?

Alcohol free wine: Many problems of the liver are due directly to alcohol. Alcohol free wine would protect one from alcohol damage, unless alcohol is consumed in some other form for example beer, or whiskey etc. ...Read more

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I'm taking amiodarone with alcohol drinking?Is it okay?

Careful: Amiodarone can be toxic to the liver, as can alcohol. It is not a good mix. Further, amiodarone may be prescribed for atrial fibrillation, where alcohol may lead to atrial fibrillation; working against each other, so to say. ...Read more

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Is drinking alcohol on cephalexin and methylprednisolone allowed?

Not recommended: Avoid drinking alcohol while you are taking prednisone. As a general rule of thumb, if there is any doubt at all, it is best to refrain from mixing alcohol with medication. Hope it make sense. ...Read more

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Can I drink alcohol with doxycycline?

Can I drink alcohol with doxycycline?

Not recommended: While risks of adverse outcome associated with drinking alcohol while taking Doxycycline are less than some other antibiotics, it is still not recommended. Studies show that drinking alcohol can increase the metabolism and clearance of doxycycline, making it less effective at fighting infections. Also for people with liver disease, the combination of alcohol and Doxycycline is contraindicated. ...Read more

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Effects of mixing alcohol and caffeine?

Effects of mixing alcohol and caffeine?

Alcohol poisoning: Caffeine causes one to stay more awake while drinking which raises the risk of drinking excessively. Usually intoxication makes one sleepy, but caffeination in alcohol enables one to keep drinking to potential alcohol poisoning. ...Read more

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Drinking alcohol on metronidazole. Is this okay?

Drinking alcohol on metronidazole. Is this okay?

No: It could cause a very unpleasant "antabuse-like reaction." not dangerous, but no fun. Wait until at least 48 hours after your last dose. ...Read more

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Alcohol consumption with the kidney disease, nephrocalsinosis... Casual drinking okay? Not okay?

Alcohol consumption with the kidney disease, nephrocalsinosis... Casual drinking okay? Not okay?

Avoid alcoholic beve: My friend .I think you must avoid to drink alcoholic beverages and is much better for you situation and kidney diseases. ...Read more

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Does alcohol decrease Accutane absorption?

Alcohol & Accutane: Drinking alcohol and taking Accutane can cause increased liver enzymes in which case the doctor would have to stop the accutane. Accutane can have several side effects. Drinking alcohol while using Accutane can worsen some of these side effects. For the benefit of your health limiting your alcohol consummation while on Accutane is best. ...Read more

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Does drinking alcohol kill stds?

Does drinking alcohol kill stds?

No: There's no evidence that drinking alcohol will cure an std. Specific antibiotics are necessary to be treated appropriately for specific std's. It's also important the the partner be treated as well. ...Read more

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Is sugar alcohol , alcohol?

Is sugar alcohol , alcohol?

No: sugar alcohols end in 0H, which puts them in the category of alcohols in general. But the drinking alcohol is ethanol and that is different from the sugar alcohols like xylitol, mannitol, ( you dont get drunk from them) ...Read more

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Antibiotic Flagyl and alcohol?

Not a good idea: Drinking while taking Flagyl can cause an "antabuse (disulfuram)-like reaction, " which can make you very sick. It won't kill you, but you won't be happy. ...Read more

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What're ways to reduce alcohol consumption?

Reduce alcohol use:: Start with a non-alcoholic drink, delay the 1st alcoholic drink & increase the delay, measure your drinks, limit to 1/hr, drink slowly, be aware of each drink, alternate alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks, eat before & during drinking, rally support of friends, learn your triggers for excessive drinking & modify/avoid them, fill your life with natural highs, & measure your progress. ...Read more

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What is "kindling" in the context of alcohol consumption?

What is "kindling" in the context of alcohol consumption?

Alcohol withdrawal: Kindling is the phenomenon which occurs as a result of repeated withdrawal from benzodiazepines or alcohol that leads to increasingly severe withdrawal symptoms, including an increased risk of seizures. ...Read more

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What are the risks of alcohol consumption?

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What are the risks of alcohol consumption?

Alcohol: Depends on the amount consumed & the length of time, as well as the status of your organs such as brain, liver, etc. ...Read more

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Is alcohol consumption linked to cancer at all?

Is alcohol consumption linked to cancer at all?

Yes: Alcohol, especially in conjunction with smoking, can increase the risk of head and neck cancers (mouth, larynx, pharynx) and esophageal cancer. Alcohol also increases the risk of breast, liver, and colorectal cancer. ...Read more

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Alcohol consumption and ocd/schitzophrenia, what's the relation?

Alcohol consumption and ocd/schitzophrenia, what's the relation?

Diagnosis: Substance use disorders such as alcohol are increased in individuals who suffer from thought disorders like schizophrenia and anxiety disorders like ocd. ...Read more

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Does alcohol consumption lead to muscle weakness?

Does alcohol consumption lead to muscle weakness?

Yes: There is alcoholic myopathy which is injury to muscles and alcoholic neuropathy is well described causing numbness, leg pain, unsteadiness some of this is really deficiency of thiamine or other vitamins. ...Read more

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Can stopping alcohol consumption restore a healthy penis erection?

Can stopping alcohol consumption restore a healthy penis erection?

Common Problem: Where alcohol can help an individual relax and create an atmosphere more conducive to having sex, it commonly can interfere with a man's ability to achieve and maintain an erection. So if alcohol consumption is causing this problem, stopping the alcohol would restore a normal healthy erection. There are other causes of erectile difficulty and one should discuss it with their physician. ...Read more

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Will alcohol consumption also make my eye condition worse permanently?

Will alcohol consumption also make my eye condition worse permanently?

Depends : You should really cancel your medical doctor and eye doctor about this. Many factors are play. Different i conditions such as diabetes hypertension are made worse by alcohol. Alcohol can also interfere in blood pressure and blood sugar control. Eye surface diseases are also made worse by alcohol. ...Read more

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Will stopping alcohol consumption help restore a healthy penis erection?

Will stopping alcohol consumption help restore a healthy penis erection?

Consuming alcohol on: A regular basis can have a negative impact on libido, sexual performance and yes, the quality of your erections. You need to stop drinking and wait a while. If the situation does not improve, consult a urologist. ...Read more

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Is mild alcohol consumption ok for a person with type 1 diabetes mellitus?

Is mild alcohol consumption ok for a person with type 1 diabetes mellitus?

The plain facts: In order to keep as healthy as possible and maintain a normal weight and blood glucose level, a person must follow a strict diet designed by an expert in diabetes. If alcohol is drunk, it either replaces a more nourishing food or adds unwanted calories+weight. It is up to the individual with diabetes to decide, but if brittle, young or pregnant be especially careful. ...Read more

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Can moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

Can moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

Possibly: Moderate intake of alcohol (no more than 7-14 drinks a week) is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. However, people who do not drink should proabably not start drinking to reduce their risk. Alcohol is also not recommended for people who have a history of alcohol abuse or dependence. ...Read more

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Does moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

Does moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

Associated with : Moderate intake of alcohol (no more than 7-14 drinks a week) is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. However, people who do not drink should proabably not start drinking to reduce their risk. Alcohol is also not recommended for people who have a history of alcohol abuse or dependence. ...Read more

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Can alcohol consumption effect when a woman getting her period or even delay it?

Not generally: While some drugs can affect hormonal cycles, alcohol consumption is generally not one of these. That being said, chronic alcohol abuse can cause vitamin deficiencies and be associated with other unhealthy behaviors that ultimately can result in changes to hormonal balance. ...Read more

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How could moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

How could moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

Small amount: Small amounts of alcohol can increase levels of HDL (high density lipoprotein) this has cardiovascular protective effect. ...Read more

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Alcohol consumption with the kidney disease, nephrocalsinosis... Casual drinking okay? Not okay?

Avoid alcoholic beve: My friend .I think you must avoid to drink alcoholic beverages and is much better for you situation and kidney diseases. ...Read more

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What are natural way to cure GERD other than taking medication? I don't smoke, average alcohol consumption. Am overweight

Certain foods: To reduce reflux it is wise to reduce the acid foods you may be eating. Thsi would include tomato sauce, citrus fruits and their juice, foods picked with vinegar. and overuse of alcohol. Try to limit bending over to lift things as this can move stomach contents into your throat. Bned with your knees (goSpeak to your physician about the many other foods and things you can do to relieve your reflux. ...Read more

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Vibramycin (Definition)

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Vibra Tabs (Definition)

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