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Legs Ache After Drinking
Lactic acid : There are two main reasons why legs ache after too much of alcohol. One, alcohol intake increases the content of Lactic Acid in your body. Excessive build up of Lactic Acid in your body can lead to cramps or pain in your muscles. Two, alcohol leads to dehydration. Your body ends up falling short on electrolytes, and you tend to experience muscle pain or cramps. www.buzzle.com/articles/legs-ache-af. ...Read more
My son has a bit of a high temp and he says his legs are sore. He is drinking plenty water breathing seems ok I have givn pamol.Shld i be worried?
Not enough data: Your ? Fails to mention age or other symptoms that might further define the problem. If a kid is drinking well enough to pee every 6 hrs & engaging in play, it might be fine to monitor the situation at home. If your mommy sense is giving you feelings of dread i would have him looked over. ...Read more
If somebody with oral herpes has an open sore and was drinking from a cup of water then spilled that water into my leg that had a cut. Will i get it?
Will drinking Gatorade help with leg pain and lower back pain after a colonoscopy ? Being that the prep depletes fluids in your body.
After drinking the colonoscopy prep can that cause leg pain or cramping in the legs. I just had a colonoscopy yesterday. I'm concerned.
Leg cramps: answer is yes. preparation may cause electrolyte imbalance . drink a lot of juice ...Read more
Is it normal for my body to feel sore after a night of heavy drinking(especially my legs). Beer and hard liquor. I dont drink very often
Drinking: Yes. drinking heavily is bad for your health. Drinking often or not is not important. One glass of wine mainly reds has been shown to have health benefits when consumed 1-2 times a week. Doing anything in excess is bad. ...Read more
Why do my legs hurt when i drink alcohol? Sometimes when I have a drink of alcohol, i get a severe ache in my legs that lasts about 3-6 minutes.
No clue: Some people are very sensitive to the effects of alcohol on muscle, where it can cause inflammation of muscle cells (myositis), but this usually occurs after binges of large amounts of alcohol, not one drink. There are always idiosyncracies where people are more sensitive. Having a blood test that can show normal or elevated muscle enzymes can be ordered by your doctor, who you should talk to. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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