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Joint Pain After Drinking Wine
Red wine is giving me chest pains and joint pain - is this normal for red wine? I have stopped drinking it for a couple of weeks and the pain is gone
Amount?: The proof that it is red wine that causes your symptoms does not come by stopping it and observing that the symptoms are gone. (they would likely resolve anyway). It is stronger evidence if you restart red wine and see immediate return. The amount that you are drinking may also be a factor. ...Read more
Over 6 months I have a low grade fever. Some symptoms of shaky and muscle/joint pain also chronic. Was drinking alot of wine cut back. What could be?
F, 37. Joint pain, stiffness for 3 months. Numb hand in morning. Morning stiffness & hand numbness improved if I drink wine night before. Significant?
Carpal tunnel?: Your hand numbness might be carpal tunnel syndrome. Use of a wrist/hand brace at night when you sleep may help. The generalized stiffness and joint pain needs medical evaluation including exam with doctor, imaging and blood testing. Hope this was helpful. Best of luck. Dr R ...Read more
I start having body pain and joint pain after I have something cold to drink or eat...Is that a health disorder.
Can alcohol (in moderation) cause joint pain? My wrists and elbows have been bothering me every weekend, and I usually go out for a couple of drinks with friends every Friday, but don't really drink otherwise. Could alcohol be the cause?
Yes: Alcohol can cause a mild dehydration which can cause some joint pains. Also any amount of alcohol with the other medications you have listed is not really the best idea. If you do drink try to limit it to one drink only and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. If this does not resolve the problem see your doctor. ...Read more
No typical: That being said, some with hepatitis can have associated joint pain as a symptom. ...Read more
Is it possible for drinking tea, pepsi, sprite and coke a lot when under stress cause joint pain and headaches?
Corn Sugar Pain: Soft drinks (not tea) is comprised of corn surgar (the replaced the natural surgar many years ago). The body does not digest this corn sugar and it can cause a multiple of bodily dysfunctions. I know of a friend that was told he had 3 months to live due to his medical problems. He totally got off of soft drinks and his body regained normal health over months. That was 7 years ago and he lives. ...Read more
Energy drink: Depending on the quantity consumed & the frequency of use, it is possible. ...Read more
Why when I drink (once a month) next day bad joint pain (hips, jaw, ankle, heel) and tingling all day in some fingers. Age 35, female, good health?
Could be a number of: Things. I would recommend avoiding drinking and see your pcp just to make sure there are no other issues you are just noticing when you feel poorly. If it is just related to drinking, it could be related to dehydration, which could cause some joint pain but not normally tingling in fingers. You may also be noticing some increased inflammation which can be aggravated by alcohol. Worse with wine? Ra? ...Read more
Yes, in some people: Drinking red wine causes headaches in some people, but white wine doesn't cause a problem. The cause for "red wine headache" is uncertain, but is likely due to a chemical in red wine. Also, drinking beer, wine, or liquor causes flushing (red skin) and some headache, in people who get too much aldehyde (from alcohol metabolism) when drinking alcohol. The aldehyde problem is a genetic condition. ...Read more
Too much?: Not a medical question I fear. Be careful. ...Read more
Depends on: The amount of wine, but in moderation it should not be harmful. ...Read more
Mostly the alcohol: alcohol causes inflammation wherever it touches - if you have put rubbing alcohol on a cut, you know that it BURNS. That is the warm feeling you experience in your stomach. Alcohol also causes increased blood flow to areas, especially skin and muscles, which causes a warm feeling in the rest of your body, while actually your internal organ's temperature is reduced-can cause death by hypothermia ...Read more
Wine is acidic.: Wine is acidic. If you have exposed roots from recession or wear on the biting surfaces of the teeth there is exposed dentin. The acids open up the tubules of the dentin which opens a direct channel to the nerve of the tooth. Once the tubules close back up, the sensitivity goes away. Sensitivity toothpastes or a stannous Fluoride gel used daily will help. ...Read more
Why after a night of drinking wine quite heavily do I hardly need to urinate the following day? Fine otherwise. Dehydration possible? Thank you.
Red wine: Red wine, in moderation, has long been thought of as heart healthy. The alcohol and certain substances in red wine called antioxidants may help prevent heart disease by increasing levels of "good" cholesterol and protecting against artery damage. That means glass of wine a day with meal. ...Read more
Perhaps: I wouldn't call wine a health food, but there are some secondary benefits to drinking it. Any alcohol consumption should be limited to two daily - and I don't mean an average. That is, binging on seven drinks on friday and saturday is not ok. There are cardiac and blood vessel benefits to alcohol, and some authors have indicated other benefits, especially of red wine. Good luck. ...Read more
WINE: Beer = 5% alcohol content, wine=11-13%, liquor 45-50%. 1.Oz liquor=9.Oz of beer = 4.Oz of wine. Same deadly consequences to drinker and same mental destruction to everyone else in many generations as the gene is powerfully transferred from gen to generations to men-women. No alcohol. No choice. No alternative. No intent to disregard lives of innocent others in family. Stop deadly intent. ...Read more
They are equal: Eating red grapes and drinking red wine probably provides the same amount of antioxidants, including resveratrol and flavonoids. These reduce the risk of blood clots, reduce LDL cholesterol, prevent damage to blood vessels in your heart, and help maintain normal blood pressure. Antioxidants are higher in red grapes and wine than white; also greater in grape skin, stems, & leaves than pulp. ...Read more
How much wine?: If you drink wine very day, the calories can certainly add up. Red wine has about 150 calories a glass, and white has around 84. Here's a site where you can check further: http://caloriecount. About. Com/calories-wine-ic1410 if you drank only 2 glasses of red wine a night, that's 300 extra calories a day. A pound of fat = 3500 calories, so you'd gain a pound about every 11 days at that rate. ...Read more
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