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Loose motions and vomiting due to alcohol consumption - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello Sir ! few days back had Excessive consumption of alcohol...the next day i suffered with loose motions and weakness and vomiting sensation. Has my liver damaged? as it was 4th time i was drinking...is it possible to recover liver condition...plz give the way !
User :   Hello !
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   to know whether liver is damaged or not get the following tests done
User :   few days back had Excessive consumption of alcohol...the next day i suffered with loose motions and weakness and vomiting sensation. Has my liver damaged? as it was 4th time i was drinking...is it possible to recover liver condition...plz give the way !
Doctor :   LFT
User :   yes
Doctor :   BT,CT,PT,APTT
Doctor :   and ultrasound of the abdomen
User :   but is it possible that the damge takes place in 4 times of drink..
Doctor :   the present problem seems to be alcohol induced gastritis which has resulted in diarrhea
User :   can it corrected !
User :   i mean recovery
Doctor :   damage can occur even with one drink
User :   ok
Doctor :   correction and recovery is possible
User :   thank u sir !
Doctor :   thank you and progress towards quiting the alcohol consumption

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