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Excessive vodka intake, later had severe vomiting, rib pain, bloating and nausea. Reason?

Hi, last night I drank alot (i normally do not drink at all). I had 21 shots of vodka in 1 hour. Stupid idea. I couldnt move for 3 hours, and I puked on myself 8 times straight. Luckily I remembered to lay on my side to not restrict airflow. Now it is 24 hours later the night after and the whole day my chest right at the bottom of my ribs is hurting and drinking anything makes me feel extremely bloated and a bit nauseus. Why? Is this me just being sore?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM
As you himsef feel now that it was stupid idea,not only that some times it is dangerous. Acute alcohol intoxication affects many organs of body,it has caused acute gastritis that is why distension also possibility of damage to liver and pancreas has to be ruled out. Such a high intake can lead to coma?Sometimes very low blood sugar that is hypoglycemia.
It causes dehydration and vomiting cause electrolyte depletion so take plenty of fluid and soft and bland diet.
Please visit local hospital/Doctor to examine yourself and some prescription drugs may be required.
Rib pain may be some trauma which you do not remember.
You will hopefully improve soon
Please do not repeat such episodes
Take care
Good luck to you .
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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