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My Dad Is An Alcoholic And Gets Violent When He Drinks Where Can I Get Help
ACOA: Adult children of alcoholics (acoa) is a branch of aa and can found locally at www.Adultchildren.Org they serve as a place to talk about your experience with others who have had similar experiences. If you still live at home with your father you may want to get out of the house when he's drinking. Consider therapy for yourself, having an alcoholic parent can be extremely stressful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should i stop drinking - my dad and most of his family are alcoholics, could it be passed down to me?
Worth considering: I had a colleague in an addictions practice who routinely advised anyone with a strong family history of alcoholism not to begin consuming alcohol, and if they did, to strongly consider stopping. Genetics are not the only influence, and many people with + family histories never get into any trouble with alcohol, but they are at greater risk. ...Read more
My dad is letting me have my first alcoholic drink, but I ate 3 shrimp an hour ish ago, will that cause adverse affects? Will I vomit?
Depends: It's better to imbibe with food In your stomach to slow down the absorption of alcohol into your blood stream. Drinking stronger alcoholic beverages may irritate your stomach lining and cause vomiting. I don't mean to be judgemental, but I think 16 is too young to start drinking alcohol and I worry about various adverse reactions in the immature body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad was admitted with acute pancreatitis. Alcoholic pancreatitis. He received 2 blood transfusions. He refuses to quit drinking. What will happen?
Potentially can die: Your father is unfortunately in a very tenuous situation. If he has received blood transfusions, I would assume his liver has been compromised and is failing, the lining of his esophagus(food pipe) and stomach being irritated and inflamed and is at risk for bleeding/ ulcers. Your father has to stop drinking now or he will endure a host of complications that will lead to his death. Talk to his doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: An "asian flush" is caused by a deficiency in an enzyme called aldehyde dehydrogenase. This interrupts a specific step in ethanol breakdown that allows acetaldehyde to build up, causing the symptoms you experience. This can be caused by certain drugs such as antebuse and certain antibiotics. Many people find this extremely unpleasant and curtail their drinking as a result. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get violently ill the next day or two after drinking minimal alcoholic drinks. It's not like a normal hangover, because I used to get those.
Check up your liver: Ask your doctor to do a blood test to evaluate your liver function, as well as pancreatic enzymes. ...Read more
When some one is: Drinking or drunk - they may not listen too well. It is usually easier to talk to someone when they are sober. ...Read more
If you have elevated transaminasemia once from drinking then get retested two more times after could you still have liver disease? Im an alcoholic.
Possible: Liver disease can be present with or without elevations of transaminases. Recognizing your illness is a good start toward restoring health. ...Read more
If elevated transaminasemia once from drinking then get retested two more times and back 2 normal could you still have liver disease? Im an alcoholic.
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