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What happens if you inject alcohol into a vein?

What happens if you inject alcohol into a vein?

Alcohol: Is a strong sclerosing agent, namely it will close the veins. It is used by some for what is called a-v malformations. It is dangerous as it can cause slough of skin. Associated with severe pain and watch for intoxication. ...Read more

Dr. Ted King
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Veins (Definition)

Veins are thin walled vessels that carry deoxygenated blood ...Read more


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Is it possible to inject alcohol as tooth remover anaesthetic?

Is it possible to inject alcohol as tooth remover anaesthetic?

Alcohol injection: The quick answer is no. You do not want to do that. Permanent damage will result. ...Read more

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Ingesting alcohol just feels warm relaxed and a bit numb, is it bad to inject it?

Ingesting alcohol just feels warm relaxed and a bit numb, is it bad to inject it?

Yes very bad: See a psychiatrist. Injecting alcohol could kill you. If you are under stress or depressed, psychiatrist is the expert. ...Read more

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Is there an advantage to injecting metatrexate. Can you still drink alcohol occasionly?

Sometimes: Methotrexate (mtx) can be taken either orally or by injection. While the pills are more popular, the self-administered injections are cheaper, often better tolerated, and sometines more effective. Alcohol must be limited to an occcasional drink with either oral or injected mtx. Enjoy a coctail or nice glass of wine with saturday night dinner but don't drink on a daily basis. ...Read more

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Is there an advantage to injecting metatrexate. Can you still drink alcohol occassionally?

Is there an advantage to injecting metatrexate. Can you still drink alcohol occassionally?

Yes: You will get differing opinions but i tell my patients that occasional small amounts of alcohol are ok. I tell them 3-4 drinks a week are reasonable. Methotrexate by injection has some modest advantage over the oral form. ...Read more

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Why does consuming alcohol lead to thread veins?

It is possible: Consuming alcohol and make you gain weight and can also affect your liver. Both of these things can make it more likely to develop spider angiomas, which are like clusters of thread veins. It might be possible for you to develop thread veins on your legs if you drink excessively, but the connection isn't as strong. Modest alcohol consumption should have little, if any, affect. ...Read more

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Does injectable testosterone propinate have alcohol in it?

Usually not: However i'm worried that you're taking this medication for non-medical reasons. Therefore you're obtaining it through an illegal pathway, and who know what's in the stuff you're injecting? Don't play russian roulette with your health. ...Read more

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My conjunctiva has become injected due to alcohol consumption. Should i be concerned? How long will this last? Anything i can do to make it better?

My conjunctiva has become injected due to alcohol consumption. Should i be concerned? How  long will this last? Anything i can do to make it better?

Short time: This lasts a short time after consumption of alcohol. Hydrate well, and it should pass within a day. If injected longer than that and there is no more alcohol consumption, consider other causes such as allergy or infection. ...Read more

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What would happen if you inject rubbing alcohol in your vain?

What would happen if you inject rubbing alcohol in your vain?

Intoxicatiion: Depending on the amount, isopropyl alcohol injected intravenously may cause intoxication. It should never be injected as it is not an acceptable intravenous drug. ...Read more