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Is A Bottle Of Wine Once A Week Okay
Probably unless?: Believe it or not problems with alcohol are not always defined by amount drank, but instead by what happens to you when you do drink. Do you engage in risky behavior, does it create conflict with others? I'm streching of course because i would suspect this would only be about 2 drinks max, right? Doing that once a week is likely ok for people with out drinking problems, or serious medical issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Alcohol and Liver: It is unlikely that one bottle of wine would cause liver damage. ...Read more
Drank about a bottle of wine a day for 1 or 2 years. A month ago, i cut back to 1-2 glasses a week- and i feel ok. Should worry of withdrawals now?
Not healthy: Weight gain is much more complex than intake of wine by the bottle. Evidence exists that a glass per day is potentially helpful to your health, but none that says higher intake is good. Weight gain is more related to type of foods (protein, carbs, fat) and the type of physical activity you do. ...Read more
Hi Dr. I've quite worried about getting delirium termens after drinking heavily and constantly for a week. Approximately 2 bottles of wine daily as we?
Alcohol Intoxication: I understand your distress. Your Health is PRECIOUS! Continuous intake of 2 bottles of wine daily has likely caused decreased awareness, decreased ability to focus, effect on orientation to time and place, effect on memory, altered perceptions, and lack of control on emotions, balance and coordination. It is possible to have Delirium or Withdrawal Delirium. Go to ER for Diagnosis and Treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NAFLD: Fatty liver (nafld) is common finding on abdominal ultrasound in those who are overweight or obese. Best way to cure it is to lose central adiposity. That means exercise & nutrition. Men can typically have 2 drinks/d while women are allowed just 1/d. However, you're not supposed to drink more to make up for days you didn't imbibe. For now, best to avoid alcohol while you get rid of fatty liver. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been a casual alcohol drinker for years(about 2 to 5 bottles per week) but recently whenever I take beer ( not wine), I feel nausea ?
Nausea: The nausea may be related to stomach lining damage, or gastritis. Some people are more sensitive to the alcohol related damage than others. Stopping the use of alcohol may reverse the process. But ulcers and gastritis from other foods, nicotine, stress is also possible. See your doctor for testing and medication if the nausea continues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I gym 5 days a week and have a healthy diet.I drink alcohol once a week when out with friends, usually a few bottles of wine.Will this affect my weight?
Hi I took 1mg of clonazopam about 24 hours ago, and now I just drank a bottle of wine. I am 285 pounds. will I be okay?
Probably okay: There is enough of a time difference where there should not be much interaction as maximum blood concentration is achieved in up to four hours although elimination half-lfe is two days. I am concerned regarding the consumption of a full bottle of wine and if that is a regular occurrence you should have your liver checked as clonazepam should be used in those with liver disease. ...Read more