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... If you're low on thiamine, either from your bypass, from taking acid blockers, or both, alcohol will quickly burn through your thiamine reserves, creating a deficiency which may cause the symptoms you describe. ... (7 replies)
... Rapid onset illness from minor alcohol ingestion is often related to a byproduct of alcohol metabolism called "acetaldehyde". ... (3 replies)
... failure. My message is an important one. If you want to live, and you want to live without suffering immensely, you must do everything in your power to leave alcohol forever. ... (0 replies)

... Both alcohol and carbs are notorious for causing fatty liver, which has reached epidemic levels in America over the past few decades. ... (12 replies)
... Drinkers, was tempted to test the waters with alcohol again, and eventually I did relapse back into moderate drinking. I was careful to avoid excess carbs and sugars, and watched my liver enzymes closely. ... (12 replies)
... of drinking without any health problems, I came across the role of iron in alcoholic liver disease. Males tend to accumulate excess iron as they age and alcohol accelerates this process as it increases iron absorption from food. ... (2 replies)
... I posted in here a few months back about quitting alcohol and getting my liver checked out. ... (1 replies)
... I started drinking in college 20 years ago and in college definitely binge drank like your stereotypical frat guy. I'm pretty sure I had alcohol poisoning once. ... (7 replies)
... So, about a month ago I decided I needed to cut down on my alcohol consumption. Before that time I had been drinking alcohol for the past 2 years and kind of heavily for the past 9 months. I am in my late 20s. ... (5 replies)
... No it isn't. And having the love of your life die because of alcohol abuse, or lung cancer, or killed in an accident because of alcohol, no amount of money can replace a human life. ... (29 replies)
... and I repeat, everyone, gets alcohol fatty liver. Normally the liver recovers, studies have shown, in about 4 weeks. With no continued intake of ethanol. ... (6 replies)
... nol cause severe liver damage fairly quickly. HOWEVER, that said, you should probably be careful from now on, and not mix the two. I'll explain why tylenol and alcohol are not a good mix. ... (2 replies)
... My AST and ALT enzymes have been elevated for about a year now and range in between 100 and 200. My doctor suspects that my heavy alcohol usage is the culprit of a slightly fatty liver and high enzymes. I was drinking large amounts of good scotch on an every day basis. ... (6 replies)
... etter than triple. The liver is the bodies primary storage site for excess iron and excess iron is known to contribute to liver inflammation, particularly where alcohol is concerned. ... (12 replies)
... variety is equal to 1.18 units of alcohol. Its generally said men shoulnt have more than 4 units a day with 2 days off.... Some people are sensitive to alcohol and maxing out their weekly limit affects them, and some peoples livers can handle a LOT more. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to HealthBoards but its good to read the experiences of others! I have always been a heavy drinker - 45 years (now 66 years old) - but have not had any really serious issues. However, a recent ultrasound showed "Diffuse fatty infiltration of the Liver". My GTT has been high for years (around 130) but my AST/ALT always top end of normal. However, my last blood... (2 replies)
... are also signs of an alcohol problem. It helps to try to think of it as an "allergy" to alcohol. ... (7 replies)
... the barley and wheat used to ferment it. Coupled with the snacks that typically go with drinking, you may be getting a gluten overload every weekend, as well as alcohol overload. I would read up on the symptoms of alcoholism. ... (7 replies)
... alcohol diary anyway just to track my alcohol and see how much I really am drinking incase Im drinking more then I realise, I will of course try and abstain from alcohol as much as possible till this is all cleared up but write down when I have a glass or two. ... (2 replies)
May 23, 2006
... You can't possibly have liver disease from that much alcohol... there has to be something else going on... I hope that's the case anyway... Take Care, and you should look at pills you have taken and herbs and food and stuff... take in less fat, and less manufactured products... alcohol on it's own doesn't do that to someone your age - it's that simple... i eat... (8 replies)

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