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Drank vodka and lemonade, nausea, vomiting, previous incident in the past. Causes?

I only had 3 glasses of vodka and lemonade last night and yet today I feel awful and I have been sick 3 times. I don t drink very often, the last time I drank was July and the same thing happened then. I know the obvious is to not drink but I wondered if there was something wrong? I ve always drank vodka when I go out and never been sick from it drinking 5or 6 glasses. Now I m feeling drunk/ill after half a glass???
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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you are suffering from acute effects of alcohol intoxication.
Some of the common physical symptoms of alcohol intake are nausea, vomiting, delayed gastric emptying, heart burns etc.
As you said you don't have a regular drinking pattern and each time you drink the effects of alcohol may differ. Effects of alcohol may not be similar on every occasion.
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