I recently drank an entire bottle of Whiskey. Ever since that day my stomach makes noises when i eat and i get pains on my right side right below my rib cage. If i drink even just 4 or 5 beers now i feel like im hung over and feel like **** for days. Will i evenually feel better or did i do permanent damage that i should get checked? I would greatly appreciate any help as i am starting to get a lil concerned..Eric
Please get it checked-out if it persists or gets worse. Sometimes we push our bodys too much and with after effects that do not go away, or gets worse, should be checked. Perhaps, it is stomach irritation, does mylanta, or tums help any? I sure would lay off the drinks unitl I found out what's going on. If it gets worse, go to ER and have it seen about.
Please check-out the "alcoholism" page, just scroll down and on the right there is Related Communities. Go there and post your question there and see if someone there knows more about your problem. Also read their posts too.
Welcome to the forum..I agree with both post.. Seeing a Dr. would be very wise. in my belief drinking a entire bottle of Whiskey is not for the high but to forget or cover up would be the better term.. My advice would be to stop drinking altogether and figure out why you feel the need to get so wasted.. Alcohol will kill your liver thereby you faster then anything else.. spending our life's either in a haze drunk our hungover is a hell of a way to live.. I truly hope you seek help take the above advice and check out the alcoholics forum.. You just may recognize yourself.. with all due respect.. be kind to yourself.. lesa
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