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Alcohol withdrawal. Pain

  1. #1
    leedsunited89 Yung Blood
    Alcoholic but recently I've had severe pain in the left side of my stomach and I'm being sick every day, maybe gastritis but any tips on how to help me?
  2. #2
    livingelegy African Astronaut
    Quit cold turkey
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    Kev African Astronaut
    a little weed for the tummy ache, quit cold turkey if possible. after the sickness subsides you will be an unhappy muhfugguh but its up to you from there on. sort your life out.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    taper with benzos if you can trust yourself

    if not get a friend to ration them
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    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    try going back in time and not being so retarded
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    Robert Mugabe African Astronaut
    Originally posted by leedsunited89 Alcoholic but recently I've had severe pain in the left side of my stomach and I'm being sick every day, maybe gastritis but any tips on how to help me?

    I normally get this days AFTER heavy drinking. Get yourself some milk thistle, works a treat. Without stating the obvious just keep drinking loads of water.
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    the little girl Tuskegee Airman
    Drink more alcohol
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    the little girl Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by Robert Mugabe I normally get this days AFTER heavy drinking. Get yourself some milk thistle, works a treat. Without stating the obvious just keep drinking loads of water.

    Poor genetics due to inbreeding
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    Grylls Cum Looking Faggot [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    Originally posted by leedsunited89 Alcoholic but recently I've had severe pain in the left side of my stomach and I'm being sick every day, maybe gastritis but any tips on how to help me?

    Bro you from Leeds!!??
  10. #10
    How do you get symptoms from heavy drinking? I've drank move vodka than your whole bloodline combined, probably, and have been hung over for a total of <5 times.

    Listen here you weak bitches,

    If you are struggling,

    Especially if you live in the EU,

    Look for meds called Adaptol, Mexidol, and Afobazol. These will help you cope until the next time that you succumb into what is (apparently) destructive behaviour to your (weak) bloodline.
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    the little girl Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by Misguided Russian How do you get symptoms from heavy drinking? I've drank move vodka than your whole bloodline combined, probably, and have been hung over for a total of <5 times.

    Listen here you weak bitches,

    If you are struggling,

    Especially if you live in the EU,

    Look for meds called Adaptol, Mexidol, and Afobazol. These will help you cope until the next time that you succumb into what is (apparently) destructive behaviour to your (weak) bloodline.

    You just have alcoholic genes.
    You're still damaging your liver and causing irreversible brain damage.
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    Kev African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Misguided Russian Look for meds called Adaptol, Mexidol, and Afobazol. These will help you cope until the next time that you succumb into what is (apparently) destructive behaviour to your (weak) bloodline.

    curious, do these work for anything other than alcohol withdrawal?
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    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    tip #1:
    stop drinking

    tip #2:
    go to the doctor
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    Solstice African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Robert Mugabe I normally get this days AFTER heavy drinking. Get yourself some milk thistle, works a treat. Without stating the obvious just keep drinking loads of water.

    Only sensible advice in this thread.

    How much do you drink? If you have insurance or free health care go get a Librium taper, if not taper yourself down with beer if you can control yourself, if not then you probably need detox. Don't cold turkey off alcohol like these other retards told you.
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  15. #15
    Originally posted by aldra taper with benzos if you can trust yourself

    if not get a friend to ration them

    This is a bad idea. Taper with alcohol like Solstice said. Alcohol and benzos agonize different GABA receptors.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by jfakldjfkdaljfalkdfjlkad This is a bad idea. Taper with alcohol like Solstice said. Alcohol and benzos agonize different GABA receptors.

    I've known people who did well with it; dosage and duration are a lot easier to control with benzos
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    Originally posted by Kev curious, do these work for anything other than alcohol withdrawal?

    I dunno.

    In Russia, emoxypine has a wide range of applications in medical practice. It purportedly exercises anxiolytic,[4][5] anti-stress, anti-alcohol, anticonvulsant, nootropic, neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory action.[citation needed] Emoxypine presumably improves cerebral blood circulation, inhibits thrombocyte aggregation, lowers cholesterol levels, has cardioprotective and antiatherosclerotic action.[3]

    Mebicar decreases the brain noradrenaline level, exerts no effect on the dopaminergic systems, increases the brain serotonin level, and does not elicit cholinolytic action.[3]

    Mebicar purportedly has anti-anxiety (anxiolytic) properties.[3][4][5][6][7] It is also used to aid smoking cessation.[2] In addition, mebicar may be useful in the treatment of ADHD symptoms.[8] In contrast with typical anxiolytic medications such as benzodiazepines, mebicar is non-habit forming, non-sedating and does not impair motor function.[4][2]



    Originally posted by the little girl You just have alcoholic genes.

    I don't think you understand how alcoholic genes work. Why is it that natives in both Russia and the u.s. are so susceptible to alcoholism? Because they don't have the proper genes to metabolize the stuff as readily. I can drink a bottle a day for a month and abruptly stop without shaking hands or any of that. People with real alcoholism drink themselves to the point where they have to tie a towel around their neck/hand to bring the first glass of the day to their mouth without spilling it from the shaking.
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    Kev African Astronaut
    I have done emoxypine (not for alcohol withdrawal) and it did the opposite of stress relief, but thats just me.
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    Originally posted by Misguided Russian I dunno.









    I don't think you understand how alcoholic genes work. Why is it that natives in both Russia and the u.s. are so susceptible to alcoholism? Because they don't have the proper genes to metabolize the stuff as readily. I can drink a bottle a day for a month and abruptly stop without shaking hands or any of that. People with real alcoholism drink themselves to the point where they have to tie a towel around their neck/hand to bring the first glass of the day to their mouth without spilling it from the shaking.

    your body probably flushes all the alcohols into your pee.

    check your urine for abv.
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    Originally posted by Kev I have done emoxypine (not for alcohol withdrawal) and it did the opposite of stress relief, but thats just me.

    Yeah, I become energetic and want to punch a bitch if I take too much. But I guess you have to use it as intended.
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