Alcohol allergy vomiting

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It definitely sounds like you could have some type of allergy to alcohol! I have a friend who has very similar symptoms after drinking but his normally starts within about 6 hours of having a couple of drinks. Alcohol allergies at some level is surprisingly more common than most people think. My advice, talk to your Dr. about it just to make sure its nothing more serious ie: liver issues. Good luck!
All of a sudden 2 years ago the slightest little bit of alcohol in me and I get very ill. I mean vomiting, shakes, sweating...ect. I just figure I developed an allergy to alcohol.
In reference to your question on alcohol allergy, I have learned that it is possible to have an "allergy" to alcohol ... we call it alcoholism and it is a physical/pyscological/social disorder that can seldom be remedied after a certain point in it's progression. I am a recovering alcoholic and drank heavily for 25 years before coming to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous, where I have remained sober for 10 months, a record for me, and feeling stronger every day.
Often, if I drink even one drink of alcohol I get a headache and vomiting the next day. This used to only happen with red wine, then progressed to beer, and now even one glass of white wine or 'hard' alcohol will make me sick the whole next day. What is this? It doesn't always happen with one drink ( I no longer ever have more than one).
clorox, amonia), Air Fresheners, Incense, Perfumes, some Flower Pollens, Air Pollution, Smoke, Alcohol, Open Fires, and a variety of other chemicals (both with and without strong smells). Symptoms are varied: coughing, dizziness, nausea, congestion, feeling faint, disorientation, asthma-symptoms, shortness of breath, sleepiness, wheezing, and/or burning eyes and lungs.
I have episodes of vomiting that has lasted about a year and a half now. I am 24 years old and I have been treated in the ER several times for dehydration because of vomiting. There is no specific pattern or trigger that I or my Doctors can pinpoint. I will wake up one morning and start throwing up stomach acid for 14 hours, not be able to keep water down and will be fine the next day.
But now, three days after having one beer he got REALLY sick for two days, diahorrea, vomiting, red splotches, high blood pressure, dizziness, confusion, the works. He takes meds for high blood pressure anyway, should he be taking Antabuse at all? Is he having an allergic reaction to the Antabuse itself? The only thing that could've triggered all of this was vinegar in salad dressing... was really severe, though...
Hi there, I believe I have an allergy to Quinine. Last time I drank tonic water, my nose and lips swelled up and a rash formed on my back. At first, I though it was the Gin that may have done this, but I recently drank tonic water and whiskey (dont ask me why...) and these allergies occured once again. Once the swelling came down, my mouth became littered with cankersores which causes eating and drinking to be very painful.
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Its extremely paiinful and unconfortable and does not happen at all with beer, just fruity mixed drinks, I originall thought it was a type of alcohol, but now I dont think that the alcohol has anything to do with it. I really believeit has to do with the fruity drink I mix with the alcohol. I do get heartburn from fruit drinks but not nearly this bad!
This is due to a genetic disorder in which the body is unable to break down alcohol completely. An allergy to alcohol is unlikely. Allergy pertains to the immune system which produces antibodies when exposed to a specific trigger or allergy. It is commonly associated with hives, swelling of the mouth or difficulty breathing. Take care and regards.
im allergic to alcohol...i break out in stupid all over...just kidding...ive never heard of anyone being allergic to alcohol b4..would be nice if alot of people were...my mom is allergic to codeine why couldnt i get that from her......
Since I gave birth to my first child 4 1/2 months ago via c-section I have had epsiodes of vomiting and diarrhea.Several years ago I had the same problem but everything went aways once my gallbladder was removed. The episodes of vomiting and diarrhea last anywhere from hours to 2 days. I have recorded what I am eating to see if it is a food allergy but only thing i have found in the past week is butter makes me sick but not other dairy products.
Basically he may be allergic to the dog and few individuals who develop allergy they can manifest as vomiting without any skin rash or swelling. Sometimes this condition is known as cyclic vomiting syndrome where allergen is one factor which is implicated in it. The treatment can involve treatment with anti emetics when he is exposed to the dog.
I highly doubt that cutting back on carbs caused an intolerance to alcohol. A person can suddenly develop an intolerance/allergy overnight. Here's an interesting read on alcohol intolerance. http://www.foodreactions.org/intolerance/alcohol/index.
Thank you for prompt reply, in the light of your advice I have started taking Zantac tablets, However when I have burning in side stomach, same time I feel like vomiting , indigestion burning leads to tube of penis, and my feet burns underneath as well. these episode takes place once or twice a week. When this happens I feel very weak. Four months ago when I was in the Gym doing my light abdominal exercises had same symptoms, when I came home high droplet of blood came through urine?
I'm 30 and have experienced these symptoms throughout my 'drinking life' every time I consume the slightest amount of alcohol. I don't drink beer as I can't take the taste but prefer wine coolers or grain alcohol drinks. I drink rarely, about every other month or two, but when I do it doesn't take long for crippling shoulder pain, yawning, and fatigue to result.
For around three or four years now, I have been suffering from headaches some two hours or more after the consumption of any amount of alcohol - although typically as few as two drinks upwards of any kind of alcohol. The headaches come on slowly but persistently and follow a line from the left side of my neck across the top of my head to just above the left eyebrow. They are not sharp pains but more of a constant 'throb' and can go on for hours.
Do you think it could be allergy (to food or polens, or animal's hair, or some chemicals - lacquer on new furniture and such)? Most common food allergies are to fish, shellfish, peanuts and tree nuts. (in children to milk, soy eggs, and wheat). Symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash/itching, difficult breathing, face flushing) appear shortly after eating that food. Diagnosis of allergy is made by skin test (suspicious substances are tried).
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/food-allergy/basics/definition/con-20019293 The following information is excerpted from a leading Allergy Text Book. The information may be of interest to you, may answer other questions you have and may prompt you to ask questions that previously may not have occurred to you.
That day I didn't eat much and also exercised a lot so the alcohol I drank really affected me. I had previously never thrown up due to alcohol as I rarely drink even socially, but that evening I vomited violently for several hours. My throat hurt a lot the next day. I am generally a healthy person and any injuries heal quickly. For many months now I am experiencing throat discomfort and pain as well as throat hoarseness sometimes. It is almost always painful to talk.
Hi, Caffeine Allergy Symptoms Caffeine allergy symptoms range from a minor rash to life threatening seizures. The severity of the reaction depends on what the person is actually allergic to and to what extent a person is allergic. Some of the reactions associated with caffeine allergies include difficulty breathing, shock, tongue, and facial swelling.
Hello, Your symptoms of dry tight throat, uneasiness and difficulty in breathing and headaches are pointing towards the diagnosis of allergy to onion/ garlic, in any form. Garlic-sensitive patients showed positive tests to diallyldisulfide, allylpropyldisulfide, allylmercaptan and allicin, all present in garlic. Even if garlic is present in a very small amount,it can lead to an allergic reaction.
I feel sweaty, and I am extremely pale. After vomiting, my color starts to return, but I am unable to stand up or move around for the next few hours as I feel extremely weak and just generally out of it. The people who have observed me having these attacks have told me that I'm completely unconcious, however to me it feels like I am not because I can still hear everything everyone says and feel like I might even be talking back, or that I"m trying to talk but can't.
I sometimes vomit in my sleep. Last year I my stomach would not empty for 2 days. Vomiting was induced (I never vomit except while sleeping) And everything went back to normal. Gerd has been ruled out. I think I have something wrong with the biology in stomach. When I get food poison, I don't vomit, I get diarrhea within a couple of hours of ingestion.
Liver problems definitely can cause stomach pains and nausea/vomiting. If you drink alcohol, I would suggest staying away from it as alcohol can definitely cause liver problems. Also, if you happen to be on any of the statin drugs for high cholesterol, that may cause a rise in liver enzymes. Also, try to limit your intake of anything containing acetaminophen if you take anything like that - it's found in things such as Tylenol and some cold/allergy medicines.
Rotten Egg Burps (the WORST part) followed by nausea, severe cramps, vomiting, diarrea, the works. Only after throwing up everything I'd ever eaten in my entire life would it go away eventually. Doctors never knew what was wrong and there's still nothing much online about the cause of this illness. After logging what I ate for quite a while, we figured out that the common denominator was RED DYE #40!
I have just begun experiencing bright red skin around my eyes after drinking one drink. I have never had this until two weeks ago and I'm 43. Why is this just now happening? I have drank alcohol for several years with no problems before now.
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