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    Go to the doctor ASAP and don't drink before then - your body sounds really screwed up. Even if you don't want to give up drinking forever, you might have to for a while if you want this to stop.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm not STUPID)

    yes actually you are, any none stupid person would take away the thing that makes them be/feel sick

    i know if something was making me feel/be sick then said thing would be gone
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My post says not to include options that include not drinking.
    Unfortunately you may not have another option if you want to stop being so sick!

    How much are you drinking? If you're vomiting after only have one or 2 drinks then you have a problem and could well be building/have built an allergy to alcohol.

    Are you mixing drinks (i.e having lager and then wine/spirits later)? If so, stop mixing them and see how you are.
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    Maybe drink less alcohol? Drink water between drinks too, that helps.

    Alcohol is a ******* demon though. Just don't knock it back as much I guess?
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    In the wise words of my mother:
    Always line your stomach with milk :yep:
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    Could be what you're drinking. If you're majorly mixing spirits with wine and or beer then that could be making you ill, or if you're drinking loads of things like VKs and apple sourz then it could be just that they're cheap and horrible.
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    The same thing has happened to me I've basically had to give up drinking (until uni anyway! :P)
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    Maybe you've messed you're liver up? Thats what happens when you drink loads for a few years! :p:
    Go to the doctors, it probably has something to do with you're liver though
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    I throw up after a couple of drinks...even when I eat a lot before hand and drinking basically what you'd call alcopop...

    bad times.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hii
    So I've been like an average teenager/young adult etc, getting smashed very regularly for like the past 3 years. Anyway, in the past, I used to only be sick if I had drunk REALLY excessively that night, and it was so so rare to be sick the day after alcohol, this would only happen on literally ridiculous occasions, like new years, etc. However, recently, my life is like a living hell the day after drinking. I'm sick multiple times and feel like ****. The other week I was even throwing up like 2 days after drinking. It happens even if I've not drunk that much! If i've drunk enough to make me even slightly drunk, i'll throw up the next day.

    Right.
    A) Why has this started happening? Could I have something wrong with me?
    B) Is there anything I can do to make myself less likely to be sick the next day? (Don't say don't drink, I'm not STUPID)


    Sometimes I really hate my generation, you know.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My post says not to include options that include not drinking.
    So you drink slowly and dont tend to get too drunk yet you're spewing for days after... ******* grow up and until its sorted stop drinking. pleb
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    YOU SHOULD KNOW THE VOLUME OF DRIKING THAT WILL NOT HARM YOU.I CANT DO THAT BUT U SHOULD DO.bEACUASE YOU ARE SUFFERING.
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    i feel like throwing up/throw up anytime i drink whisky, rum and all those spirits but i can drink a litre of vodka and not throw up or feel ill. why is this? why cant i handle the spirits? they arent any stronger than vodka.
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    Hmm i wonder who could have negged me... and for telling you to sort your life out!!! get a grip mate, its your health, yet your concerned more with drinking than that... mature
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    I'm coming at it ignoring all the above suggestions as I'm drunk myself.

    Take yourself to a doctor and get checked out for alcohol intolerance and don't have any drinks until you know the results - if you're drinking and you are alcohol intollerant it'll make you sick whatever
    EDIT: It's tough but you're body can't cope with it, get used to it and don't drink so you'll live a happier life.
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    (Original post by ticktockclock)
    i feel like throwing up/throw up anytime i drink whisky, rum and all those spirits but i can drink a litre of vodka and not throw up or feel ill. why is this? why cant i handle the spirits? they arent any stronger than vodka.
    Because of the filtration process used in vodka production, it's classified as grain neutral - it retains no flavour or characteristics of what was used to make it (outside the vodka belt anyway). The other spirits retain the flavours/characteristics of what was distilled to make them, or in the case of wiskey the characteristics of the barrels it was aged in (classification is also dependent on the barrels). It is possible that you are reacting to something that present in the other spirits, but with vodka would be filtered out.
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    Seriously you need to give yourself a break. I've had the same as you, with really bad pains and it's just been because i overdo it. You can still socialise without drinking, it's really not the end of the world.
    You might have really irritated your stomach lining or anything! But if you're going to be stubborn and carry on drinking then you'll have to put up with being sick, and any future consequences!
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    I don't agree with people bashing the original poster's request to not answer with" well don't drink then". She has stated that she used to be able drink fine and also that the levels she now drinks at are relatively low, so something has clearly changed somewhere. If you don't know the answer then don't pretend like you have something useful to say. Not drinking does not solve this problem anymore than saying to the people of Japan avoid future tsunamis by not living in Japan.

    I don't have the answer either but it seems like the seeing a doctor has been the only sensible suggestion so far. I am very curious to hear what he says, so please keep us updated!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hii
    So I've been like an average teenager/young adult etc, getting smashed very regularly for like the past 3 years. Anyway, in the past, I used to only be sick if I had drunk REALLY excessively that night, and it was so so rare to be sick the day after alcohol, this would only happen on literally ridiculous occasions, like new years, etc. However, recently, my life is like a living hell the day after drinking. I'm sick multiple times and feel like ****. The other week I was even throwing up like 2 days after drinking. It happens even if I've not drunk that much! If i've drunk enough to make me even slightly drunk, i'll throw up the next day.

    Right.
    A) Why has this started happening? Could I have something wrong with me?
    B) Is there anything I can do to make myself less likely to be sick the next day? (Don't say don't drink, I'm not STUPID)
    It happens. For example, when i was 15-16, I'd never be hungover. Not ever. Not even if drank 700ml of vodka and got sick that night, i'd be fine in the morning. Now? I've started getting hangovers to a certain extent, and so have most of my friends. It's part of the growing up process, i think.

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    sounds like gastritus, where there is damage to ur stomach lining from alcohol.
 
 
 
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