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Stomach ache due to alcohol intake - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Smoking and Alcohol Addiction
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you ?
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   Hello .
User :   I was la lever pate..t
User :   I was told to quit alchohol but i started it after 2 years
Doctor :   Could you be more Clear since i am not having a good understanding as to what is that you are wanting to know about
User :   it was ok with me for last one year but sometime i realise pain inside my stomach
User :   can i drink occasinally
User :   or should i quit it up
Doctor :   How long since you have Quit and What is the present condition of your liver by the Ultrasound Scan or the
Doctor :   CT Abdomen
Doctor :   Based on that I shall be able to help you
User :   i havent tested
User :   i feel ok
Doctor :   None that less it would be advisable to stay away from Liquor since you have a bad History
Doctor :   It shall not take long before your liver Worsens
User :   ok but sometimes i like to have it
Doctor :   Since Liver will be functional untill that last 10-15% is functional it can take up to that amount of danage
Doctor :   but for it to recover to its normalcy it shall take much longer than usual
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