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The Effects Of Drinking Alcohol And Blood Clots
Alcohol is available in many beverages, from beer and wine to the more potent distilled spirits, such as gin, rye, and whiskey. There appear to be at least small health benefits of small amounts of alcohol use (fewer than five drinks per week), especially of red wine Excessive alcohol use can lead to addiction and severe social and physical complications. Excess long term alcohol use is the most common cause of cirrhosis of the ...Read more
NO!!!!!!!!: Alcohol can enhance the effects of any anticoagulant drug, and can increase the chance of dangerous and even life-threatening bleeding. The person to ask these questions of is your doctor, who needs to know about your drinking history in order to treat you safely and effectively, and your pharmacist who is dispensing your medications. If you have an alcohol problem, get help for it. ...Read more
After a night of drinking, i wake up and blow my nose and i always blow a few blood clots out? Why is that and why would I have formed blood clots?
Alcohol + environmen: Alcohol causes the blood vessels of the nose to swell and often times when drinking your environment may have fairly low humidity. Dry air plus swollen blood vessels in the nose can lead to irritation and inflammation and can lead to bleeding. There is a product called ponaris oil which is like chapstick for the nose that you can put in your nose before you go out to prevent this. ...Read more
I am on blood thinner due to recurrent blood clots and a pluminary embolism several years ago. Can i drink any alchohal at all during this time?
Since I started drinking lemon with hot water everyday, periods very light. No clots at all. Is it normal? Earlier, there used to be many blood clots.
Coagulation: A study in 2005 showed that moderate Alcohol consumption interferes with the activation of platelets in the blood, preventing them from clumping together to cause clots in the arteries.This interference also slows the rate at which blood coagulates for beneficial reasons, such as in response to injuries, leading to a greater risk of hemorrhaging, especially during surgery. ...Read more
Hi. Can drinking alcohol around 48-72 hrs before a blood test show low white blood count only by 0.5. Thanks. ?
No: A significantly low white count would not be expected a day or two after drinking alcohol. Prolonged heavy drinking for years can cause an effect on the bone marrow and lower the white count.is significantly low white count needs a evaluation by hematologist a blood specialist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone was drinking alcohol every other day over limit, would liver blood tests usually be abnormal if some sort of damage is occurring?
Over limit??: which limit is that. The safe limit for drinking in men is no more than 2 standard drinks (2 12 oz. beers, 2 5 oz. wineglasses of standard wine, 3 oz 80 proof spirits) per day, no more than 14 per week, and no more than 4 on any one occasion. Even at that level, some people will get liver inflammation. Liver enzymes (ALT, AST) are very sensitive to inflammation and will generally be elevated. ...Read more
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