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 I've been bulimic for about a year..?
And I absolutely hate it. I hate how it makes me feel, how little control I have...I just want it to go away. I'm sixteen, and I have one of those mothers who would die if she knew her daughter ...


 I found this gross strange parasite thingy in a Mcdonalds cheese burger. D:?
I have recently bought a cheese burger from McDonalds and when I took a few bites, I found this strange string looking thing. Im not so sure what it is. Im thinking that it is a sort of parasite like ...


 my fiance is either on crack or snorting cocaine, how can i tell the difference?
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 If Some one hits me very hard on my head. can it create a clot in the brain/head?
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 my friend megan. . . has an eating disorder . how can i help her ?
she is fifteen and weighs 88 pounds ....


 Alcohol abusers should get liver transplants?
this is an ethical questions what are the arguements for and against this?...


 Since crabs need a warm place to live, if I pack my lower extremities with ice will that kill them? I don't..
have any money to buy Rid-X, etc....


 I've been crying and now my eyes are all red and swollen-how can I take the swelling down?
I'm worried that when I wake up tomorrow morning my eyes will look even worse. I've been splashing loads of cold water in them but it hasn't made much difference to the puffiness. How ...


 hiccups? any cures?
do u have any good cures for the hiccups tha acctually WORK...


 Why do some people still think that only gays get HIV/AIDS...?
when it's obvious that this is a world wide problem with no visable end in sight?
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To those on here who are giving answers along the lines of "cos it's ...


 Why doesn't drinking water stop my dehydration?
I seem to be suffering symptoms of dehydration: headaches, low blood pressure, orthostatic hypotension (i almost faint when i stand up), but whenever I drink anything, it just seems to go straight ...


 is it normal 4 a 12 yr. old to feel depress ever if no one died?
im 12 and i gonna be 13 but i feel really lonely i want to die ...


 I've had a small hard painless lump in my head for 3 years. The size has not changed. should i be concerned?
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 What's another word for bowel movement?
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 what does it mean when i'm bleeding out of my rectum?
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 where do you get 'willpower' from?
i'm finding it difficult to give up smoking, (after 30years) but DR says i got to, most days i'm ok, just relaspe every now and ...


 Should I donate my kidney before or after a pregnancy?
My sister is suffering from kdney faliure and is currently on dialysis. Her blood pressure continues to go through the roof and the bottom line is that she needs a kidney. She is on a list but I am ...


 is being bulimic easier than starving urself?
no jokes.
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ppl: i am doin a research essay on bulimia..didn't u see any of my other questions on bulimia..damn! i am not stupid to go down that path....


 For last couple days being feeling dizzy (feel like i'm falling) and have to hold on to things when I walk.
Any ideas? Been feeling a bit tired too. Also, When i'm sitting at my desk I suddenly jump and get short of breath. Only last a few seconds at the most....


 Very confused whys this happening??..........plz help?
I have suffered frm an eating disorder in my past. I have gotten over that. I thought i was god but latly whenever i try to eat i feel sick. I can be extremly starving but when i go and put food in ...



Wonder Why
Alcoholism - I've drank a lot for the past 5 years. I stopped and now my entire body?
aches, my wrists hurt really bad, my arms and my upper back is in a TON of pain.

Is that from stopping drinking???? Or is it just a coincidence?
                      








THOR, god of THUNDER
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Hence, why you don't drink!!


MacC1windmill
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Go see a medicine witch


Votre chance !
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You should quit drinking. At those symptoms that you describing it for sure because you drinking.

Maybe when you getting drunk you fallen on some hard places. You should go to doctor to he/she tell if you have some kind of bone problem and when he/she asks if you drink don't hide it.


kerrazylivy
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your body has become immune to alcohal. you need to see a doctor you could get very sick for just stopping like that


tomsabillsfan
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never felt that i have drank lots and stoped then started again. what is alot to you? case a day. or a 5th a day is what i liked.


Anil S
Don't worry . It is not because you stopped drinking. It is due to other factors of the body. I used to be alcoholic for nearly 20 yrs and have left all of a sudden. The mental attitude only make us to feel that we are not happy , and we have physical pains etc. Go for swimming, or gym or Yoga or Meditation or do any other things which you like to diversify the attention from addiction. Best way , answer maximum questions, attend internet dating, or go for dating if feasible , have a chat with good ladies friends . That will help you to overcome the alcoholism.

YOUR ACHES IN ARMS OR WRIST OR BACK IS NOT DUE TO YOU LEFT ALCOHOL. ON THE CONTARARY IT GENERATES THE PAIN BEING ACIDIC.


Private I
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1st off...how long has it been since you've had a drink?
I do doubt the pain is from abstinence...try taking something like Excedrin..less Tylenol {Acetaminophen} it has an equal amount of Asprin, added in is caffeine, which will aide the pain relievers to get into your body much faster, not to mention flushing {alcohol} your body of any nasties!! You may have contracted a flu and the flu causes many different aches and pains. Try the good old Grandma remedy of chicken soup and tea as well. If you're not better in a few days, I'd head for the doctor with the entire truth!! Should it be you just stopped drinking in the last 48 hours, you may want to consider seeing one now, especially if you've drank heavily..like drinking yourself into oblivion!! My hat's off to you for stopping..You seem to have a lot of sheer willpower...AWESOME YOU!!


odela1950
take some liver pills to help it


cdun1111
I would definitely go see a doctor. And even if it is from you quitting drinking, DON'T start back up. You'll get used to not drinking and you won't be as sore. See a doctor so he/she can tell you what to do.


missmo1120
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Alcohol is a toxin. It tends to increase acid levels in the muscles. Your body is probably working out all the toxins and the acid, and sometimes that hurts. Think about it, your body's norm was to have moderate to high levels of alcohol in your bloodstream for years. You are now changing that norm. I would guess it will take at least a few months to improve, for your body to adjust to the new, healthier norm.

It could also be that when drunk, we tend to ignore much of the pain we're feeling, and these pains have been growing all along in the background. Perpetual hangover right now, kinda?


TIMOTHY H
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I went through the same thing when I stopped. I found a detox drink called "mastercleanser" (google search it), you mix it up yourself, it is really cheap to buy the ingredients. Follow the directions for using this and you will be amazed at how good you will feel after all of the toxins are out of you. The first 3 days of cleansing will probably be more painful for you than now, because all of the junk in your system is being stirred up, but after that it is o.k.. Good luck with sobriety, it was the best choice I ever made.


lux
gout is often made worse by alcohol intake. Usually it causes pain in joints especially feet and wrists. Although you have stopped drinking it may be related. Uric acid levels affect gout, your doc can check these levels with a simple blood test. If you really drank a lot and suddenly stopped cold turkey it may just take some time to get you straightened out. Alcohol affects the liver, kidneys, digestive and pretty much all other bio systems. Try to eat a vit. rich diet and drink LOTS of water. In a little while you should start to feel better. Good luck and congrats!


nora d
maybe you are going through a little detox... It can be painful. I hope you can continue to stay on your path from being alcohol free... Have you joined an AA meeting yet? They can be a great help..


robynn144
I've had experience with alcoholism myself but I never experienced psysical pain after i stopped 4 years ago. I'm no real expert but my best guess is that you've been having these feelings of pain for some time (for some other reason than alcohol) but that you've been too much under the influence to notice them before now.
My best advice: See a doctor, explain, leave nothing out and ask for some sedatives to prevent alcohol relapses (like diazepam) and moderarte pain killers to relieve your pain (like codeine or tramdadol) - NOT morphine which is highly addictive!
Best of luck!

Jon


piecy
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my husband has the same problem they were probally always there you just didnt notice the as much cause you were drunk


Tamia Michelle 7-29-10 Darnell Ta-Lee 2-18-08
My grandfather used to be an alcoholic for I couldn't tell ya how long finally he just up and quit because the doc basically told him it's alcohol or it's your life. I would see a doc about all that it might end up being gout which is a known disease in alcoholics.


YOUR JESTER
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most likely, now your body has to face all the poisons you put in you and find a way to be it self again, it is the demon crying and knows he being banished, soon it will be gone.


saharaaj
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visit alcoholic anonymous for advice .


wannaknoemore
SEE A DOCTOR


wonderwoman
Just how much drinking did you do??? Anyway since you stopped did you start anything rigorous like hard work,exercise, more activities??? This sounds like just muscle aches.

Smooches

WonderWoman


Shan
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did you suddenly stop? or over a period of time? that info would be helpful. if it's cold turkey, you may be going through withdrawal. if you stopped awhile ago, then it may be something entirely unrelated.


JD
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ummm it's probably not just a coincidence (i don't know what else you have been up to, like if you have been lifting houses or something). you will indeed have symptoms related to stopping drinking alcohol. your body is trying to out process both the poisons and the habit. you might want to google something about it. also, once you have stopped, you will be much more susceptible to alcohol in the future, ie. you will get drunk faster, just fyi, so be careful!


Cowsium
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yes, you are withdrawaling from the alcohol. call someone with your local AA, and they can get you some support. good luck.


Nvr2soon
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It may be a form of withdrawal. I can assure you however, you're far better off and for your personal well being stay off.
Good luck and God bless


Eli The Great
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Go see a doctor.


babe31790
your body is going through dtees. your body is used to alcohol and now it is not getting it keep your head up and stick with it it will be hard but you can do it! good luck


Barbara B
withdrawl.

give it 3 weeks


Amilia
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Your body does not know what to do without the alcohol, it will get better. Good for you for quitting, you are an amazing person. Be proud of yourself.


stephen k
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No, alcohol does deaden pain and yo may jsut be realizing the damage done to you


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