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Vomiting and sick feeling after drinking vodka, is taking plenty of water. What should be done?

My 22 yr old daughter drank too much vodka and now she s throwing up and feels extremely ill. I ve read the symptoms for alcohol poisoning and I just don t know how to tell if I should take her to the hospital or just let her go to sleep. I ve been giving her sips of water and she s kept that down so far and I m checking her breathing every few minutes.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question,your daughter has taken too much of vodka,and now vomiting and feeling sick,The vomiting is due to gastritis produced by alcohol,you should take her to hospital to neutralize the effect of alcohol .Alcohol gets absorbed too quickly from stomach ,it is better for you to take her to Hospital before she lands into coma,so don't waste any more time rush to Hospital,Hope i answered your question.
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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