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Red Face Day After Drinking
4mon. Old baby when he is drinking his milk redness coming out on his chest and face and disappeared when finish his bottle! His doctor dosent knowwhat
Keep asking: There are a lot of questions here. Is the baby taking more than 20 minutes to finish? Is there sweating while he is drinking? Does the milk contact his skin while drinking? More data is needed to help answer your question. I'm sorry.
Burning and sharp pains in kidneys and redness in face gets worse when drinking alcohol feel tired and run down a lot any suggestions thanks?
See your doc!: Sounds like you may be drinking a bit too much. But it may also be an allergic reaction, or some problem with your kidneys. Alcohol can give you a great high, but the downward plunge afterwards can be devastating! You can experiment by avoiding alcohol for a couple of weeks and see if the symptoms fade. If not, please check with a medical doctor.
Sulfite allergy: Wine does contain sulfites, and you could have developed an allergy to them. This is most likely true if you already have a known sulfa allergy. Or, you could have passed out and/or fell asleep with your head tilted lower than your feet and more blood drained to your face overnight.....
Enzyme lack.: There's an enzyme which is necessary for the breakdown of alcohol that you drink, and if you're deficient in that enzyme a metabolite builds up which leads to intense facial redness. This deficiency is prevalent in the Asian population.
Alcohol metabolism: Some people, especially asians, have lower concentrations of the liver enzyme which detoxifies and breaks down ethanol when they drink, known as alcohol dehydrogenase. As a result, they may experience facial flushing after drinking, which others might not. I am not sure why you have discomfort in your side, but if it is over the lower right side of the rib cage, it may pertain to the liver.
Rosacea: Rosacea is a chronic and potentially life-disruptive disorder primarily of the facial skin, often characterized by flare-ups and remissions. Many have observed that it typically begins any time after age 30 as a redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that may come and go. In some cases, rosacea may also occur on the neck, chest, scalp or ears. Alcohol can cause a flare.
If you mean alcohol,: That is a vasodilator, i.e., it widens the blood vessels on the surface of the skin. Thus, your skin gets red and you get warm from the additional blood flow. See your doc to make sure you don't have an allergy. Peace and good health.
Alcohol flush: You are not allergic. See dr. Nguyen's answer for the nitty gritty details. It is not a serious problem, and it is common among people of Asian descent. Sometimes it can be decreased by taking a h2 receptor blocking medication like Zantac (ranitidine) or Pepcid 30-60 minutes before consumption of alcohol. Those medicines are available over the counter. Best wishes!See 1 more doctor answer
Face has been turning red recently after drinking will something bad happen to me sooner or later should I stop drinking?
R/O ROSACEA: Rosacea is a skin condition that causes dilation of the blood vessels in the face. It can be flared by alcohol and certain Meds. You need a full exam and lab testing. It is usually treated with cyclical courses of topical antibiotics like Noritate and oral antibiotics like doxycycline. Also stay well hydrated and Limit alcohol consumptionSee 1 more doctor answer
I get a very red face/neck. Only noticed it happening when I drink. Now, it happens more often, i.E. Feeling nervous/anxious or embarrassed. Why?
Triggers: Like alcohol, can cause "hyper" responsiveness in blood vessels that dilate them. Over time, damage to the muscles within those vessels may rarely cause a pemanent flushing condition. Rosacea is one such condition. It can be "triggered" by a variety of agents. A visit to a dermatologist to set your mind at ease, or to suggest options for treatment, is a good idea.
Vasodilatation: Alcohol acts as a vasodilator, a drug which causes small blood vessels (capillaries) to dilate. Some of this comes from an intermediate by-product of alcohol metabolism called acetaldehyde, which is usually rapidly metabolized further, but in some people it can accumulate, causing more flushing than in other people. This happens particularly in people of asian background and native americans.
What to do if my face turning red after drinking. Never had this problem before use of accutane.?
Vasodilation: The alcohol is making the fine vessels in you face dilate giving you that red look. This should subside in time
I stopped drinking for a month and now that I've started again I get red hot face and hot blotchy chest every time I drink. Why and should I be scared?
Allergy?: You should stop drinking what ever it is....
Blood vessels dilate: Does this happen with all alcohol or just red wine? Many individuals will have histamine release due to alcohol exposure which results in the flushing. If symptoms are directly related to red wine, the culprit may be the tannins or the sulfates in the wine. Try wine low in tannins or organic sulfate free wine.
It can be in many: People, particularly those of Asian or Native American descent. Alcohol is metabolized into acetaldehyde, which can cause severe flushing, redness, sweating, lightheadedness, dizziness and even fainting with very low blood pressure. Acetaldehyde is metabolized into water and carbonic acid by another enzyme, but if this not present genetically those individuals will flush with alcohol.
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