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Binge drinking heavily for about 7 years with on off sobriety never lasting more than 3 months. 3 seizure in the past and curious how long the danger ?

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In brief: It's your choice

Your seizures are likely secondary to your alcohol abuse, and you may well have permanent risk.
You do NOT list your meds but hope you are taken anti-seizure meds. Best bet is to join AA, attend meetings and follow program to the letter. Avoid alcohol, or otherwise, expect more problems including liver failure. Until you decide, at least take Thiamine 50 mg daily.

In brief: It's your choice

Your seizures are likely secondary to your alcohol abuse, and you may well have permanent risk.
You do NOT list your meds but hope you are taken anti-seizure meds. Best bet is to join AA, attend meetings and follow program to the letter. Avoid alcohol, or otherwise, expect more problems including liver failure. Until you decide, at least take Thiamine 50 mg daily.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Patricia Foster
Psychiatry
5 doctors agree

In brief: Severe

Get help with your alcohol abuse before it's too late.
Alcohol is taking a toll on your brain and other parts of your body too. No money? No excuse -- get yourself to an AA meeting and be surrounded by sober people, many of whom were at death's door, now reclaiming their lives. Now search online for the nearest AA meeting: http://www.aa.org/pages/en_US. You can do this! All the best.

In brief: Severe

Get help with your alcohol abuse before it's too late.
Alcohol is taking a toll on your brain and other parts of your body too. No money? No excuse -- get yourself to an AA meeting and be surrounded by sober people, many of whom were at death's door, now reclaiming their lives. Now search online for the nearest AA meeting: http://www.aa.org/pages/en_US. You can do this! All the best.
Dr. Patricia Foster
Dr. Patricia Foster
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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Almost certainly

vitamin B 1 deficiency

In brief: Almost certainly

vitamin B 1 deficiency
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
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