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 In a `zero tolerance NHS` where does `sickle cell anemia` stand?

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Sorry Sian it also deals with treatment according to peoples lifestyes....


 What is this "squishy" ball I feel next to my ear at the jaw joint?
I've had TMJ for many months now, maybe even more than a year. About a month ago it became unbearably worse, with constant headache, speech problems, jaw locks, vision issues, muscle pain, very ...


 Is It possible that I may have Kidney Stones?
Okay I am 16, and i am really worried about myself right now. During the summer i started worrying about things and i went into some phase were i only drank soda and didn't really eat much of ...


 Incredibly severe abdominal pain i can't shake?
Last summer i went away to a camp and began getting the worst pain imaginable to man. It was a wrenching pain, and i didn't want to get up. I had a sharp shooting pain that came and went and was ...


 uhhhhhhhhhhhm, food disorders?
Aight so, I'm thin for my age.
Like. Abnormally thin. -___-
I look like a friggin stick bug and I hate it
So I've been trying to gain weight by eating a lot
But I'...


 Ear infection, is there anything i can do?
I think i have an ear infection. My ears have been blocking up every now and then but since yesterday i haven't been able to hear out of my right ear and its really hurting.
I've got ...


 Hard lump behind right ear.?
I don't know why but yesterday I was playing with my ears. My mom ran her fingers through my hair & I slapped her hands away (in a playful manner) & then I noticed a lump behind my ear. I...


 I cant control my hypoglycemia?
So I'm pretty positive I'm hypoglycemic just because how my body reacts, anyway my mom will not take me to a doctor because shes a nurse and says just to eat. So I eat healthy, but it doesn&...


 im desperate and need help please. im in so much pain?
i constantly have a migrain. every day i have one. i asked my doc bout it and she said i might need to be put on birth control but my dad wudnt let me go back and talk to her about it. im desperate. ...


 Xanax or Propranolol?
Im 17 and i have a panic disorder. i go to a therapist and he recommended talking to my family doctor about medicine. He was gonna prescribe me xanax but thought it was too risky because its habit ...


 I have pectus excavatum with flared ribs. Will heavy abdominal work cure my flared ribs?
I may have a mild case but, dont know if by doing a heavy abdominal workout the flared ribs will reduce or no longer be visible....


 What is the treatment of paralysis?
I'm back... again i need this answer 2...


 What is the medical term for an inability to visualise images in the mind?
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 When you have a chronic illness/disorder, how do U stay positive & motivated?
I pray and I try not to waste money. I don't burn bridges....besides that, how do I avoid feelings of being RUN DOWN or GIVING UP?...


 Ali is in the hospital about to undergo a brain-imaging process that involves taking?
Ali is in the hospital about to undergo a brain-imaging process that involves taking many X-rays from different angles aided by the use of a computer. What type of imaging technique is being used? <...


 Can people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) have children, and 2) will they pass it to their children?
3) is there a cure for MS?

PS: Only one parent has MS, the woman.

I really like this girl....


 someone who turned into a druggie intestines are hanging out!?
i know someone who turned into a druggie she got ina car accident. well, her lower abdomen got cut. now, her intestines hang out, the dr. wont fix it because she so hooked on drugs. they actually ...


 if some one stabbed you in the kidney ?
and if it was a small knife and it didint hit a main artery will you die ? or could it heal ? i really need a good answer . ...


 What can you do to help a swollen lymph node near your ear?
I've had lots of ear infections recently and problems with my ear, now I think I've noticed a swollen lymph node under my ear....so what can I do about it (home remedy wise)....


 Cholesterol medications?
I'm a 22 year old male with genetic high cholesterol. My LDL has always been slightly elevated while my HDL level tends to be lower. My triglyceride levels are very low though (most likely due ...



The Cannabis Kid
How much alcohol would you have to drink to get liver cirrhosis?
Hey there!
I heard that if you drink too much alcohol over a period of time then you can develop liver cirrhosis. So I was wondering how much alcohol would you have to drink daily to develop cirrhosis and for what period of time?
Thanks! :)
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PS - I don't drink, I'm just curious! ^^
                      









Jerry
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i don't think talking about that part of your body is appropriate for these forums. and girls are born with a "cirrhosis" as you spell it. they don't grow from alcohol


Person.
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lolwut


Ross S
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**** loads!!!!!!!! As in being an alcoholic morning, noon and night.


This Is Annie
depends how fast you want to get it. wow much?


Lankan Cub
I knew someone that hardly ever drank and they were diagnosed with non-alcoholic cirrhosis


madison h
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you'd probably kill yourself before it got that bad


Burt
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dont drink everyday! and if you do keep it 2 beers or less. you can drink more if you dont drink as often


Zizzou
A large amount.

Cirrhosis is the final stage of alcohol abuse, It progresses from fatty liver disease (this happens everytime you drink too much - your liver has a fat yellowy appearance) and then alcoholic hepatitis before expressing itself.

Chronic overabuse of alcohol will lead to cirrhosis with very serious complications. The important thing to realise is the degree of abuse required differes between individuals; some people can drink large amounts for years before cirrhosis whilst others may only abuse alcohol for a few years before cirrhosis.

Generally speaking women and Orientals are more at risk of the acute problems of alcohol.

Hope that helps


AMERICAN BORN EAST INDIAN
idk..so far as a freshman in college going on to Sophmore year, I have had about 20-25 cans of beer (Budwieser, budlight, miller light etc.) and four types of alcohol (smirnoff, vodka, whiskey, and rum). Each of the days in which I had drunk these was mostly on same days. On average, every time I do get a chance, I drink about 20 ounces..so really I don't know if I even have a liver left.


Alex
Yes your right - the quantity and time span are very much dependent upon the individuals tolerance level but basically its an alcoholics disease and so your looking at a considerable amount over years - hope this helps


pickyprincess
As the other answer said... You would have to drink excessively for years... But most importantly remember that alcohol abuse can cause MANY health problems.. I know of alot of alcoholics dying from heart attacks most commonly... It also increases your chances of getting certain cancers, and it ages you, supresses your immune system. etc...


Baa Baa
The medical experts say that 10 years of heavy drinking can put a person on the road to having signs of cirrhosis. But you must understand that this varies so much from one person to another. We have all seen that person that has been drunk for 20 years and still hanging around while just recently there was a 22 year old that died from cirrhosis when he began drinking when he was 14 years old. So you can see how it is very difficult to determine what is going to be your lucky number as to how much it will take to get permanent scarring of the liver which is cirrhosis. Ten years must be the average time. I'm not sure what they mean by "heavy drinking" but it most likely includes drinking a good bit every day.

I got cirrhosis and hardly ever drank anything, maybe a beer once a month in the hot summer. My auto immune system attacks my liver and I had to get a transplant. So you don't have to drink to get cirrhosis. It's one of the reasons, but there is quite a number of things that can cause it. No matter what the reason is for having it, once you have it, the disease pretty much acts the same with everyone.


TobiasFunke2
It would vary Brosef. There is no set amount


Just Me
Daily more than 1 an half cans of weak larger or beer or more than 1 glass of wine daily.

Our body can only sustain 4 glasses of wine per week due to the fact of its alcohol units or 9 cans of beer/ larger per week. More than this on a regular basis will cause addiction and disease.


Susie
It's different for everybody. I don't think you should be having more than one drink a day. But some people drink all their lives and live till 90; some are advised by their doctors when they're in their 30s to quit because they already see damage! My dad died of alcoholism around age 47; his father drank heavily but stopped when he got a little older and he's in his 80s now... It all varies.


Adam
It varies massively between individuals. If you are woried you're drinking anyway near the amount needed for such a serious disease, you have a problem and should seek medical/psychiatric attention.


peanut
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A moderate to excessive amount on a daily basis for years.


Penelope
Hereditary health is a factor. Some people will develop it within 10 years of heavy drinking (8+ drinks) every day. Some, it takes 30-40 years. It's not pretty, I don't recommend it.


seabreeyz
Actually that depends on the individual. Some can drink all their life and not get it, then some with less tolerance can have a drink maybe 3 times a week, then develop it.


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