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    Never have and inshallah would never want to.
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    Ex-muslim here, but yeah whilst I was "muslim" I was consuming alcohol like a tank.
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    (Original post by Psyk)
    I heard that to get liver disease from alcohol you really have to drink a lot for a long, sustained period of time. Even if you go on a week long bender, if you stay off the booze for a few months afterwards, your liver will fix itself. As long as you give your liver a chance to heal you probably won't get liver disease.
    there is a possibility of alcoholic hepatitis, which isn't severe and if the person stops drinking the liver does heal itself, but as you said it's only if you drink a lot over a sustained period of time.

    you would only get severe hepatitis and leading to cirrhosis from alcohol if you drink like there's no tomorrow
    ..for the rest of your life.
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    All these repliers who are so smug about not drinking alcohol - do you also practise abstinence? Last I checked, sex before marriage was against Islam.
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    (Original post by someday.)
    i used to drink quite a bit before
    but i was diagnosed with liver disease (wasn't related to alcohol consumption)
    so i dont really anymore
    so technically i wouldnt be considered a muslim by religious muslims would i?
    does drinking maybe once every 3 months make me a bad person to all you devout muslims?
    i have asked this before to my religious friends and all they do is look down on me and pass judgement
    its my god damn life
    Uh yeah join the club. I used to be a Muslim and drink, but I am no longer a Muslim, despite most of my friends and all my family members being Pakistani Muslims.
 
 
 
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