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Alcohol withdrawl syndrome, alcohol addiction - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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how can i help you?
Doctor :   hello

User :   took ectasy on thursday drank during weekend also started feeling tired aches and pains got doxycyclin for a possible std started taking it sunday morning, today i took it on an empty stomach this morning and threw up immediatley, went home with the flew and sore throat from work, experienced light fluttering/palpitations
User :   now im freaked out
User :   cause i dont know if its the flew or allergies to doxy
User :   or a heart problem
User :   24 years old
User :   no other health problems
Doctor :   i shall take a few min to read

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Doctor :   ecstacy you are consuming since when?
User :   i have had 4 in my entire life and 2 in the last 4 months
User :   actually 2 in the last 2 months
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
is the esctay consumed along with alcohol?
User :   yes
User :   heavily
Doctor :   you are consuming alcohol from how many days?

User :   thursday friday saturday and sunday
User :   all heavy days
Doctor :   do you have any reason to consume alcohol and estacy

User :   drank with doxy
User :   but to tell you the truth i have had to much alcohol in the last 2 weeks
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
now you are suffering from the withdrawl effects of alcohol
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and also consumption of doxy with alcohol is also not good
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i suggest you to cut down on alcohol consumption
User :   will do
Doctor :   good
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you have in it
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i believe you want to leave the alcohol for ever
User :   for what reason?
Doctor :   for what reason you are consuming alcohol?
User :   under normal circumstances social events, 4 drinks max, this last couple weeks has been uncharicteristic
Doctor :   i think you know alcohol consumption is not good for health

User :   true
Doctor :   but then why to consume alcohol?

User :   alright i understand i will reconsider, and you dont think the doxy is creating a problem?
Doctor :   no

Doctor :  
it is the mixture of doxcycycline with alcohol and heavy drinking in last couple of days
User :   ok thank you for your advice on the alcohol, i was unaware of how out of control my consumption was
Doctor :   ok
User :   and the flu symptoms/ soar throat? how long what should i eat, take
Doctor :   this is the body response for sudden heavy alcohol consumption and sudden withdrawl
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this will resolve by itself in few days
Doctor :  
stop alcohol
User :   wow
User :   ok
Doctor :   continue the doxy as prescribed and complete the course
Doctor :  
take tylenol if feeling of feverishness is there
User :   ok
User :   anything else i should know
Doctor :   take rest

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and lot of fluids
Doctor :   are you there?
User :   yes
Doctor :   you understood?
User :   yes
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User :   thanks doc, you have alleviated my immediate concerns
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User :   sent excellent feedback, out of curiosity where is this service lacated
Doctor :   we are located in bangalore

User :   wow
User :   and is everyone a MD or are some PA's
Doctor :   combination of both
User :   excellent, well thank you and have a great day
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User :   will do
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