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I Drink Everyday About 3 Bottles Of Vodka A Week Is That To Much
Yes: That much alcohol can harm your liver. To see if you might be an alcoholic ask yourself cage questions. Have you ever wanted to cut down on drinking? Have people annoyed you by criticizing your drinking? Have you felt guilty about drinking? Have you ever had a morning "eye opener" drink to steady your nerves or treat hangovers? Your doctor can check your liver and help manage your drinking.See 1 more doctor answer
I use to drink a 70cl bottle of vodka every weekend for about 4 years. I have not drank any for 9 weeks would my liver be repaired?
Testing needed: Congratulations on quitting this very dangerous habit! The only way to know if you have liver damage is to get blood work. But if you do, stopping all alcohol intake will greatly lengthen your life. Get tested in any case so you know if you need to take any other precautions. You have done something very good for yourself. Bravo.
Size?: Airline mini bottle size or larger? What you describe sounds quite worrisome and warrants medical evaluation.
How long can a person function as an alcoholic drinking bottle of vodka a day? Years? Very worried
Alcoholism: Needs to be addressed or the person will destroy his/her body, mind, family, and spirit. If you are the loved one of an alcoholic, please consider going to AlAnon meetings. They will help you keep yourself together no matter what your loved one is doing. It's also a good example. Peace and good health.
My age is 24.if I drink just 3 bottle of vodka or beer during the period October to February than my health will effect?
Pain after alcohol in heart after drinking half a bottle of vodka pain persist after 2 days can I recover fully from it?
1/2 bottle Vodka: Looks like you have already recovered. However, you would be very stupid to carry on with this behavior. One drink is fine but 1/2 bottle is crazy!
I drink a large bottle of vodka a day and take viibryd (vilazodone hydrochloride) and seroquel. Is this bad?
Depends on plan: This combination sounds like you have decided to plan your own death by taking out your liver & dying of alcohol related liver failure. To the extent that you are an adult with free will, you can make that choice and die with it. If you were actually asking if it is a rational behavior, I would have to say no. You need help & hope. I hope you can find both.See 1 more doctor answer
I got a concussion 3 weeks ago still have simptoms I was drinking tonight had 2 beer and a vodka what are the dangers am I ok and I know I'm under age?
Alcoholic Brain: Stop drinking alcohol immediately. Your brain has not recovered from the concussion and alcohol is making it worse. If you are getting hurt while your drinking and you are having trouble stopping please get help. There is help. Contact samhsa. Gov to find resources where you live or ask a friend to help you. You need to call your doctor right now too.
Is it possible to have alcoholic fatty liver at age of 19, drinking since 2 years large amounts (4 liters of beer/0.3-0.5l of vodka) once a week?
Watch for cirrhosis: Alcoholic hepatitis would be more the concern. Your liver is an amazing organ in that it has the ability to regenerate. However, organs have finite reserves and once you have cirrhosis, there are too many complications to mention. Seek help such as aa or tell a friend. Otherwise life will be short and full of medical complications at a young age.
How much can I drink alcohol without harming myself if it's once a week? How much quantity? Vodka, whisky? And is one time per week an addiction?
QUANTITY: Base behavior on what is wise. The different sensations when people drink = alterations of nerve function. The more you're buzzed the more you've put nerve tissue out of order. A little is okay, maybe relaxing; a lot and you pay for it after because alc is a toxin. Quantity varies with your liver function. If family members are alcoholic think genetics and don't even start.See 1 more doctor answer
Husband recently had acute liver failure due to alcohol, past two weeks been drinking 15 shots of vodka a day. Should labs be checked? What will happen?
Yes: Your husband also needs psychiatric help as he suffers from alcoholism. Persistent alcohol consumption will lead to irreversible liver damage and death. Depending on his liver disease stage, the damage that he has caused so far could be reversed only if he quits drinking.See 1 more doctor answer
I just had a sleeve gastrectomy about 2 weeks ago and I was wondering would some vodka harm the stomach or its ok to have a drink or 2?
Ask your surgeon: This soon after surgery, I would definitely refer you back to your own surgeon.See 3 more doctor answers
Immense damage: It does not take long at all to severely damage a liver drinking a pint of vodka a night. Initially you can cause alcoholic hepatitis, which potentially is reversible, But if you go on to alcoholic cirrhosis, the damage is permanent. Certainly you need to cut way back to the point where you're not drinking every day, especially when you're only 18. Please heed my advice! For your own good…
Getting drunk and...: Too much of any kind of alcohol can cause slurred speech, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, trouble breathing, headaches, poor coordination/tendency to fall, confusion, impaired judgment, blackouts, loss of consciousness & death. It can also indirectly lead to unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases & death via accidents. Binge drinking is popular among young people but is dangerous!See 2 more doctor answers
Safe drinking limits: In women have been extensively studied, and the guidelines are 1 standard drink (12 oz beer, 5 oz wine, 1 1/2 oz 40$ distilled spirits) per day, no more than 7 drinks per week, and never more than 3 standard drinks on any one occasion. More than that begins to increase risks of hypertension, liver and heart problems and problems associated with alcohol abuse/dependency.
About 4 hours: We metabolize a standard drink (not sure what you mean by a "unit") or 1 1/2 oz of distilled spirit, 12 oz of beer or 5 oz of table wine in about one hour. It depends somewhat on your liver status, presence of other medications that cross-react, and how quickly you dirnk the alcohol, and to a slight extent on your weight and height. But in general, one drink per hour is the rule.
I'm worried because my first time drinking I did about 1 and a half vodka shot was my reaction wierd, what do you suggest?
Beats me: Since you don't say what your reaction was. You are 32 years old and have had your first drink of alcohol? That is somewhat unusual to begin with, but first reactions to any intoxicant may be unusual. If you tell us what the reaction was, perhaps we can be of more help.
Yes, but: No more than 1 drink/day, with food
Alcohol poisoning: Not recommended. Please avoid it at all costs.
Yup: Not that this is the sight for your liquor questions but I see no issues with year old vodka.See 1 more doctor answer
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