Ringing in ears, spinning sensation, gut problems for more than a month now, how to get over this?

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Medical History:

- Jaundice in 2012, got recovered after one month.

- Suffering through IBS

- Suffering through GERD

- Have a mild fatty liver.

- I have issues with proper digestion

Hi! I am a 24 years old Indian, it was my sisters wedding about a month and a quarter back, so it was an all time heavy drinking scene for 3 consecutive nights, and after we got over with that, the next morning I was feeling a little hungover but was fine, but in the evening I started feeling really low and started having loose stool and a little dizzy, but I decided to sleep over it.

But I woke up midnight and I realised my head was spinning a little and I was hearing ringing noise in my ears and that got me scared. I thought I should sleep and it would be fine in the morning. But I was still the same. So, thats how it all started and till now is just the same.

I still go through all of this at night when I drink.

But on sober days, I still go through occational loose stool, continues ringing in ears and occational mild head spinning sensation.

I have started getting sick in my stomach more often now and the ringing and spinning becomes significant whenever i feel nausea or sick in my stomach.

I have consulted doctors nearby but they dont have any definitive answer to the situation. 

What is it?

is it reversible?

Is it life threatening?

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