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Dehydration due to alcohol allergy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hello
User :   Ok.
Doctor :   How can i help you?
User :   Ya, I had some drinks this
User :   Saturday
Doctor :   Ok
User :   When I woke up next day, my inner hands and feet have turned red and are kind of itching.
User :   It has decreased now ..but still its there.
Doctor :   Is the itching still present? Is it periodic or continuous?
Doctor :   Is there any other symptom present?
User :   It happened previously also..only after i have some drinks and wake up next day...
User :   I am not a heavy drinker..only occasionally
User :   It disappeared in 2 or 3 days last time..
Doctor :   Is there any other symptom present?
User :   Nothing else I guess...some small body pain...but it doesn't last long..
Doctor :   These are the typical signs of dehydration. Are you having any burning and pain in urination?
User :   When urinating i noticed its more yellow than usual..also I was feeling thirsty.
Doctor :   OK it suggest dehydration only
Doctor :   1)Drink lots of water
Doctor :   2)Avoid tea, coffee empty stomach and reduce the intake
User :   Is it possible that I am allergic to alcohol? I searched some Internet and found these are symptoms of alcohol allergy?
User :   Because my friends who had the same amount of drinks doesn't have these problems.
Doctor :   The symptoms which are explained by you suggest dehydration. You need to have lots of water after alcohol intake
Doctor :   Everybody has different symptoms and you cannot compare them
User :   Ok. Thank you very much Dr.Mitaly. Thats all I needed to know.
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me, bye for now
Doctor :   Take care
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