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Doctor insights on: Wheezing When Drinking Wine

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Is drinking wine bad for weight loss?

Is drinking wine bad for weight loss?

How much wine?: If you drink wine very day, the calories can certainly add up. Red wine has about 150 calories a glass, and white has around 84. Here's a site where you can check further: http://caloriecount.About.Com/calories-wine-ic1410 if you drank only 2 glasses of red wine a night, that's 300 extra calories a day. A pound of fat = 3500 calories, so you'd gain a pound about every 11 days at that rate. ...Read more

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Dr. Duane Gels
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Wheezing (Definition)

Wheezing is a high-pitched whistling sound during breathing. It occurs when air flows through ...Read more


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When drinking wine, feces become red, normal?

When drinking wine, feces become red, normal?

No: very little that you take in by mouth comes out the other end unchanged. If you are having red feces, the major concern is whether it is blood. See your doctor who can perform tests to determine what is going on. If you are drinking large amounts of red wine, discuss your alcohol use with your doctor to see if he/she thinks it is problematic. ...Read more

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What can I do to stop vomiting after drinking wine?

What can I do to stop vomiting after drinking wine?

Stop drinking wine: Vomiting may be your body's way of ridding something toxic. Have you considered the possibility that drinking wine is not good for YOU? Instead of treating a side effect, it might be better to get rid of the cause. ...Read more

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Papaya enzyme after drinking wine, what is this for?

Papaya enzyme after drinking wine, what is this for?

No idea: there is nothing that I can find in the literature that suggests any benefit, or any harm from using papaya enzyme after drinking wine. There is, in fact, a papaya-based wine available in some places. Perhaps someone thinks that the enzymes will better digest the alcohol in the wine, or settle the stomach, but I can find no information on this from usual medical sources. ...Read more

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How can one take good dental care when drinking wine?

How can one take good dental care when drinking wine?

Rinse with water: If the issue is tooth staining due to red wine, you can try rinsing vigorously with plain water immediately after finishing wine drinking. Otherwise use a whitening toothpaste as a standard daily routine. ...Read more

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How long should I stop drinking wine before blood work?

How long should I stop drinking wine before blood work?

Depends what test: If it is not for blood alcohol level.8 to 12 hours will be enough as long as you do not drink in excess, for regular metabolic profile. ...Read more

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Can i take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) after drinking wine?

Can i take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) after drinking wine?

Avoid it: Many people are sensitive to Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and the side effects. Drowsiness and disorientation may be cumulative with alcohol. ...Read more

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Can i take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) while drinking wine?

Can i take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) while drinking wine?

Benadryl (diphenhydramine) + Wine: Both Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and alcohol (in wine) are central nervous system depressants. Mixing the two will cause additive CNS depression. I would not recommend combining the two, simply because it would be difficult to predict the severity of the additive CNS depressant activity. ...Read more

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After drinking wine when is it safe to take an anti inflammatory ?

After drinking wine when is it safe to take an anti inflammatory ?

Depends...: You should not mix medication with alcohol. So it is safe to take otc meds after the alcohol is out of your system. ...Read more

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What can I do if my stomac hurts terrebile after drinking wine ? Will Zantac (ranitidine) help ? Or what else do you suggest ?

What can I do if my stomac hurts terrebile after drinking wine ? Will Zantac (ranitidine) help ? Or what else do you suggest ?

Do not drinK wine.: In some people the muscle/sphincter at the bottom of the esophagus responsible for keeping stomach contents from coming up can be loosened by certain foods. Caffeinated beverages, alcoholic beverages, spicy foods and chocolate are the most notorious for causing this type of problem. ...Read more