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Tips For Women Living With An Alcoholic Husband
Many places: If your life is in danger call the police. Many communities have shelters for battered persons who live in abusive relationships. Alanon is an organization to support family members of alcoholics and has many local chapters. Bottom line is if you feel you may be at risk, you probably are. Leave any abusive situation before you are harmed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcoholic: Talk to him, go to church, get involved in aa, see a psychologist. ...Read more
My husband knows he is an alcoholic but with all the problems in our lives he thinks its understandable- how can I help him see otherwise?
You may not be able: You may have to figure out how much more you can tolerate of his behavior, if he is not willing to seek help you may need to set some consequences for his continued actions. Alcoholics will drink if the sun comes up, until they admit that they just cannot not drink, everything is a reason to continue. Harsh but true for severe problem drinkers. Talk to a professional or counselor, try alanon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband is alcoholic by day .. Controlled by night .. He's in pain in stoumach evry time he drinks what is wrong?
My husband is an alcoholic. We have tried everything and he won't stop! its to the point where i may have to leave him. Any ideas on getn him to quit?
Asking impossible: You can not in anyway control him or his drinking. There is an incredible program for you known as al-anon. Working on yourself will help you get clarity on whether you need to leave or stay. But, for now, your own self survival is what we need to help you with. ...Read more
Related problems: The low iron is likely from blood loss & poor intake, both common in alcoholic. Multivitamin w/iron and more dk greens can help this, but make gastritis worse. Alcoholic gastritis common & needs abstinence to heal. Proton pump inhibitor can help. See GI specialist for eval & mgmt. May need detox pgm if heavy drinker to start treatment if willing. If not, will worsen. ...Read more
Neuropathy: Can have many causes although diabetes and alcohol abuse are very common causes. Other frequent causes of neuropathy include chronic kidney disease and vitamin deficiencies. There are a number of inherited neuropathies the most common being charcot-marie-tooth neuropathies. Recently a very rare late onset genetically caused neuropathy has been described but it is very rare. ...Read more
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