Stomach pain after night of drinking

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During this entire time that I've been having pain drinking alcohol I've also been having other stomach issues. It started out as some abdominal tenderness, burping, and some slight nausea after eating. In less than a month from mid October into November I had 3 episodes of severe abdominal pain, 2 of which woke me up in the middle of the night. Ended up finding out that I had a gallstone so I had my gallbladder removed in December. Still, I'm having stomach issues.
I had been able to drink anything with no problem until I was 19 the first time i had a stomach pain,, I had about three whiskey drinks and almost immediately after had very sharp intense stomach pain at about my bellybutton. I tried to eat, drink water, and even throw up, but nothing would cure it, so i layed on my bed rollling around in pain which lasted a total of about 20 minutes.
As the name suggests, upper stomach pain is a pain experienced in the upper portion of the belly region. There can be a number of reasons for the occurrence of this type of pain. It can be quite severe, long-lasting and chronic at times, while at other times it can be merely a short lived condition. However, the exact location of the pain determines its root cause. What is abdominal pain?
I quit drinking about six years ago after about 18 years of pretty heavy drinking. I quit after I realized that the drinking had gone from recreation to my primary coping mechanism in life. I spent a lot of time at a support group I won't mention by name, and it helped, because they had all been there, and did stuff to help me keep my mind straight.
I am a thirty five year old male and have been having problems with vomiting in the morning after the previous nights drinking. I have been drinking for twenty years. In the earlier years it never used to happen. The past three years it has become like a habit though the consumption levels have considerably reduced. Where i am from there is lager that has on its label 4% alcohol and 375ml. Then there are brandy sachets labeled 40% alcohol and 100mls.
It does get worse, but only for a few seconds to a few minutes, after both eating and drinking. Sometimes when walking for a prolonged period of time, it also starts to hurt, though not "stop me in my tracks" intensely. My bowel movements are pretty infrequent, only once in the last 2 days, and have had a noticeable loss in appetite and slight bloating. The pain has gotten better since it started (the first night it woke me from my sleep), but it is still very noticeable.
Hi, so I'm 32. I never drank until my early 20s, and usually I just have a couple of drinks on weekends with friends. Unfortunately, a couple of times a year for the past few years, I've had an extreme episode. Not quite alcohol poisoning, but so drunk that I browned out memory-wise, and twice blacked out the end of an evening. These incidences were very far apart, like, 6 months or more, over the course of five or 6 years.
Its almost three years now that im experiencing stomach pain in the lower right ribs, bloatedness and gas pain. I have undergone ultrasound of the whole abdomen, gastroscopy, colonoscopy, endoscopy. Was diagnosed to be suffering from esophagitis. Been into medication for a month but it did not improved. I have consulted a number of doctor from nephrologist even neurologist, some are saying it might be because of stress. But until now it did improved but rather getting worse that before.
Then, I started having a couple of drinks two nights a week ( either a couple of beers or a couple of Strawberry daiquiris). My stomach has always been very weak and bothersome to me anyhow. But after I started drinking and being around my mother in law, I have been having this burning, crampy pain in my upper stomach and it hurts well enough to wake me up at night. I feel like I am either going to belch or vomit all the time and it lasts for a weeks or two...
Try drinking green tea. It is so full of anti-oxidants. I was a hard core coffee drinker, but switched to green tea for it's health qualities and I swear, I think my liver loves me for it! Take care. Oh yeah - last word - my new best friend - VANILLA ICE CREAM! I know you are supposed to stay away from sweets, so I get sugar free and it is just the cat's meow for settling the gurgling in your stomach!
What triggered it all was my love of nuts and I was eating a lot of rich cheese at the time. And of course, drinking waaaayyy too much. I have to be careful of nuts still, and I eat very little cheese, or other fats. Try omitting carbonated beverages. I also have a great recipe for a squash soup (PoopSoup!) if you want to clean yourself out! It tastes great and it works! Aloha!
Now I have discovered I can do small amounts of dairy (half and half in my coffee, etc,) but chunks of cheese send my stomach into distress again. Also remember the amount of good bacteria you get in a small portion of yogurt may not be enough to offset the problem. Have you tried probiotics? They are available everywhere now and give you a good dose of the bacteria and enzymes you need for digestion. Good Luck!
It is important to stay hydrated, but exercising with a stomach full of fluid or food can give you side aches. Hydrate the night preceding a big match and don't drink more then 1/2 cup of water within a half hour preceding the match and another 1/2 cup of water during. Rehydrate yourself afterward. It is good to hear you a so active keep it up!
Sadly, at the end, my family, friends, job and participating in sports got in the way of my drinking. Also, maintaining a safe comfort level during the week got in the way of my drinking. So I blacked out every night, drank during lunch and on the way home in the car I hit on a bottle because I couldn't wait to get home first. Alcoholism is a progressive disease. Stopping at one drink, or even binge drinking and then stopping for awhile, is far beyond my comprehension.
My 14 year old daughter is experiencing a lot of stomach pain and is missing a lot of school because of it. We have been to the Dr. several times and they don't seem to know what is wrong. The pains come from know where at times and are stronger after she eats any type of foods. can someone give me any suggestions? A few years ago I was diagnosed with Crohnes Disease is it possible that she could develop it? Thank You for any suggestions or answers.
A big part of the light-headedness relates to your daily intake of nutrition. After a night of binge drinking, your body is struggling to draw in any available nutrient resource from your stomach to help you recover quickly. Somebody earlier mentioned the importance of eating more fruits and vegetables, which are not only loaded with vitamins and minerals, but are also soft enough to make your vomit less painful coming back up, if the situation occurs.
For a few years I have been having intense pain in my stomach/abdominal area after I play soccer and/or run untill I'm very tired. I started going to my doctor first when I was thirteen about this and she has not the slightest idea what is going on. I read the tag about stomach pains after tennis and my syptoms sound very similar. I am in good shape and exercise regulairly, and it only happens on random days spread by weeks of no problems, and it only happens when I push myself to my limits.
The yellow oil suggests fat malabsorption which should not be occurring after a bout of drinking - intoxicated or not. something is wrong and you need to find out what it is. Call your doctor and get it checked out.
It only lasts about 15-20 minutes and then subsides. It happened to me last night after drinking a strawberry mango daiquiri. Today I haven't felt all that great I've been experiencing stomach problems since August of last year and had my gallbladder removed in December because of a gallstone. My upper abdomen continues to be tender to the touch anywhere from just under my breastbone to about an inch above my belly button.
75 litres of vodka every 2 days. recently its slowed to about one night of drinking a week. and like 1 or 2 drinks the next day instead of binging everyday... ok , just wanted to give some back ground... so May1st i took a two week break... then on the 12th.. last wednesday I binged again with the gf. normal amount 5or 6 cocktails with around 6 shots each. dont really remember but we drink in unison. shots and cocktails at same intervals. I'm 25, 300 or more lbs i think.... shes 24 120lbs??
I'm a male but there are a lot of gay people around in the city, especially at that time in the night who knows what could've happened to me in that state. I have no pain or anything, but by the time I was aware of anything I was in the middle of nowhere (maybe Im just watching too many movies like the hangover). Also what if I did something illegal or immoral to someone else? I don't know how I would react to these potential actions.
Unbeknownst to me, soon after getting in bed he became quite ill with nausea and pain in the stomach and testicles. He was distressed with this condition all night long and got no sleep nor was he able to regurgitate anything. He's been sleeping off most of today without eating anything yet and drinking very little of the plain camomile tea I made him. He's had at least 1 bowel movement and relieved his bladder too. No fever, color's good/normal.
my anxiety is sky high after a night of drinking, but i love drinking ahhhhhh dont get me wrong i dont have a problem its jus when i drink all my anxiety symptoms jus disappear but i suffer the day after so im tryin cut down on my beer intake, i find if you are gonna drink make sure you eat something and get a decent nights sleep, then plenty of water the day after, it is cruel how people have to stop what they enjoy doing cause of anxiety, dont get me wrong im not promoting alcohol but its unfa
Stool is loose and floats somewhat. I'm eating plain foods, not drinking alcohol, drinking plenty of water. About a week ago I had a lot of pressure in my kidney area but that has since more or less ceased - I figured it was another kidney stone coming on. In the midst of all of this, I was getting sharp pain right below my sternum. At that point, I had been eating spicy foods and drinking alcohol - (irritated stomach?). That pain has also since ceased.
If it was an acid reflux issue causing the pain then why would it not have healed while I was on the meds? Has anyone heard of getting this type of pain after drinking? I'm worried that something serious may be going on. For months I've been experiencing some abdominal discomfort and burping. Of late I've been having hiccups a lot especially after eating. I do have an appointment with a gastroenterologist in almost two weeks.
Im 22 weeks 5 days and was curious if anyone else has suffered from horrible heartburn and bad stomach pain. My stomach pain is like gas pain or something. It has lasted all day. I was up most the night from the pain.
For 6 months now, I have had gnawing pain in my stomach. This started right after I overdid the ibuprofen that I took for a bad neck injury. AFter about two weeks straight of taking 10 a day, I developed this pain. I originally thought it was an ulcer, but gi tests, cat scans, hpylori tests etc., all are showing normal. The pain continues intermittently, and I can't drink wine anymore. I find that wine irritates my stomach and causes me great discomfort. Any thoughts???
However, it has continued over the years but has got progressively worse in the last 2 years and it only seems to appear when I have over-indulged in wine drinking - which I have been doing a lot of in the last two years. Usually the pain (and associated abdo swelling) goes within about 4 days but this time it hasn't despite not having drank any wine. I have had it now continuously for about a month.
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