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Doctor insights on: Ethyl Alcohol Levels

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Dose alcohol raise ldl levels if was drinking daily?

Dose alcohol raise ldl levels if was drinking daily?

May be: Drinking daily is hazardous to one's health in many ways. It may not raise LDL but that does not mean that the person is not poisoning himself. ...Read more

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Can alcohol raise lipase levels?

In a way: Alcohol is one of the commoner causes of pancreatitis and pancreatitis is associated with raised lipase levels. ...Read more

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Does inhaling isopropyl alcohol cause fetal alcohol syndrome?

Does inhaling isopropyl alcohol cause fetal alcohol syndrome?

Rubbing alcohol?: I'm not sure whether you mean an accidental sniff while using this rubbing alcohol, or purposefully breathing it in? If it's the latter, please stop now and get help! you're risking your respiratory system, your brain, your liver, and your life. Inhaled alcohol gets into your bloodstream and is delivered through your placenta. Yes, this could harm your baby including fetal alcohol syndrome. ...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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Does polyvinyl alcohol (partially hydrolyzed) in prenatals contain alcohol?

Does polyvinyl alcohol (partially hydrolyzed) in prenatals contain alcohol?

No ethanol: It is not ethanol, the "alcohol" in beer, wine, and whisky. Certain chemicals, like polyvinyl alcohol, use the name "alcohol" because they have a particular chemical structure, but are not ethanol (the alcohol in beverages). ...Read more

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Isopropyl, methyl alcohol, ethanol all the same?

Isopropyl, methyl alcohol, ethanol all the same?

Definitely not: Isopropyl alcohol, also called rubbing alcohol, is used as a common topical disinfectant for cut and scrapes. Methyl alcohol (also called methanol) is used in chemistry to make other substances in industry as well as a fuel. Ethanol is the form of alcohol found in beer, wine, and other alcoholic beverages. You never ever want to consume methanol as it is extremely dangerous and can cause blindness. ...Read more

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How should chronic alcohol abuse affect cholesterol levels?

How should chronic alcohol abuse affect cholesterol levels?

Lowers it: Alcohol abusers are unlikely to eat a lot of greaseburgers, and the ruined liver eventually cannot make much cholesterol. Please forgive me -- if a person wants to ruin his/her life, make others miserable, and die young and miserable with a "very healthy" serum cholesterol, then heavy drinking is the way. ...Read more

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Does drinking alcohol increase dopamine?

Does drinking alcohol increase dopamine?

Alcohol, Dopamine: Alcohol increases the release of Dopamine in brain’s “reward center. By increasing Dopamine levels in the brain, alcohol tricks you into thinking that it’s actually making your feel great. The effect is that you keep drinking to get more Dopamine release, but at the same time you’re altering other brain chemicals that are enhancing feelings of depression. ...Read more

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Can antabuse (disulfiram) affect alcohol test results?

Can antabuse (disulfiram) affect alcohol test results?

No: This is not an interfering substance either for the breath or the blood tests. ...Read more

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Can heavy alcohol use elevate bilirubin?

Can heavy alcohol use elevate bilirubin?

Yes: It's common. Usually there will be some elevation in both conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin if the cause is alcohol, and the transaminases will also be up. Gilbert's and medication effects are two other important considerations depending on the numbers and which tests are up. ...Read more

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How much alcohol causes intoxication?

How much alcohol causes intoxication?

Impairment at one dr: Alcohol causes impairment at even one drink. Intoxication occurs with varying amounts depending on body size, gender, and chronicity of alcohol intake. In general novice drinkers, women and people of small size will get intoxicated with lower amounts. It is urged that you not try to find it out by experimenting on yourself or some one else. ...Read more

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Can Valium increase blood alcohol level?

Can Valium increase blood alcohol level?

DANGEROUS MIX!!: The blood alcohol level will not increase with the combination of alcohol and valium but the sedative effects of each will increase and therein lies the danger. So you can definitely worsen the impairment especially with driving etc. The bac will not increase but the problems will including the possibility of death. Do not do this! ...Read more

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Does diazepam increase blood alcohol content?

Does diazepam increase blood alcohol content?

No, but.: Diazepam does not increase blood alcohol content. Diazepam will add to the depressant effect of the alcohol, so the person who is drinking alcohol will appear more drunk. ...Read more

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Can I inject testosterone containing benzyl alcohol while on antabuse (disulfiram)?

Seems to be OK: If you are on Antabuse (disulfiram), (disulfiram) I'm curious about your drinking 0-7 drinks/week as a Social drinker. I do too, so I'm not being judgmental - but I'm not taking Antabuse (disulfiram). Anyway, the alcohol in the injection is NOT a problem. No interaction is reported. So, good luck w/ your efforts to achieve your best in life. Hope you do well! ...Read more

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What are the medical uses of ethyl alcohol?

What are the medical uses of ethyl alcohol?

Ethanol: Ethanol (topical and injection): Antiseptic, nerve or ganglion block, replenishment of fluid and carbohydrate calories, septal ablation for HOCM, treatment of methanol or ethylene glycol overdose. Drinking alcohol may offer some health benefits, especially for your heart. On the other hand, alcohol may increase your risk of health problems and damage your heart. ...Read more

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Internally taken ethyl alcohol. What is the affect?

Internally taken ethyl alcohol. What is the affect?

All the way to drunk: Small amounts loosen the tongue and release inhibitions, larger quantities impair judgement and produce central nervous system depression, delayed reaction times. Even larger amounts produce drunkenness, loss of coordination, slurred speech, loss of consciousness, amnesia and a hangover. ...Read more

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