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Can you drink alcohol when you barely got your tongue pierced?

Can you drink alcohol when you barely got your tongue pierced?

OUCH!!!: Piercing is a wound on skin and muscle. Alcohol will hurt (irritated) and be painful be concerned instead for possible infection .. ...Read more

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If I got my tongue pierced a week ago, can I drink alcohol?

Yes, you can: in moderation. However, for your information tongue studs can damage your teeth, induce infection and may be swallowed . ...Read more

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How long do I wait till i can drink after getting my tongue pierced?

How long do I wait till i can drink after getting my tongue pierced?

wait: When bleeding stops and no oozing is present.If drink is alcohol than it can act as an astringent to reduce germs. ...Read more

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How long after I get my tongue pierced can I have an alcoholic drink?

Don't do it : Tongue studs can damage your teeth and may be swallowed . I have seen patients who had this happen to them. The alcohol issue just depends on how long the area takes to heal as it may be sensitive while it's raw. ...Read more

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Severe shoulder pain with alcohol consumption? I always get severe shoulder pain after drinking alcohol.. What could it be?

Severe shoulder pain with alcohol consumption? I always get severe shoulder pain after drinking alcohol.. What could it be?

An alcohol problem?: No clue, but go get your shoulder and liver checked by a doctor and don't drink alcohol until then! pain of hepatic/ intraabdominal origin can sometimes cause pain referred to the right shoulder...... ...Read more

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I get white painful bumps on my tongue every time i drink beer. Is it a coincidence? Can alcohol cause that? I've never had herpes but could i on tong

I get white painful bumps on my tongue every time i drink beer. Is it a coincidence? Can alcohol cause that? I've never had herpes but could i on tong

Sensitivity to beer: Since u say it happens every time u drink beer, i would say that precludes it being a coincidence. I can't say for sure what ingredient in the beer is the offending agent, but clearly u r sensitive to something in beer. And "sensitive" u can read as "sort of allergic". It could be wheat, could be any number of things. Try switching brands. Try a diff't liquor, like spirits, to see if same thing ha. ...Read more

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Why do my lips, tongue and gums get numb when i'm drinking alcohol?

Why do my lips, tongue and gums get numb when i'm drinking alcohol?

Side effects: Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant and can have a host of side effects on your body. If not metabolized fully, it can result in toxins being released and can have short term effects such as these. You may be more sensitive to this than others. See the following sites for more information: http://www.Niaaa.Nih.Gov/alcohol-health/alcohols-effects-body. ...Read more

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How long should I not drink for after having my tongue pierced?

How long should I not drink for after having my tongue pierced?

10- 14 days: It take s 10 -14 days for your tongue to, heal, after piercing. So no alcohol , smoking, french kissing, hot or spicy foods during that time. Follow he cleaning instructions you were given. Be very careful. Tongue piercing can cause significant problems as long as you have it. They can chip and break your teeth and cause recession of your gums. Infections are always a concern. ...Read more

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