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I have some dull pain on my right side, plus i feel light headed.
This was also the First time i drank so much. I mostly drink a beer or two in one month, but this time it was Half of Jack daniels and 4 cans of beer.
I will write down the timetable of events might be easier to explain/understand.
Friday 12th september.
I went out to drink with friends, Didn't eat anything prior.
Had to call an ambulance , because i spent 2 hours vomiting.
They said that i had alcohol poisoning.They did a blood test.
And they left, Gave some advice to my friends on how to put me to sleep.
Saturday 13th September
Hangover feeling really bad.
Must be due to eating nothing prior.
Went home and drank water.
Also had really bad Acid Reflux in the middle of the night.
Sunday 14th september
Well after the midnight crisis my stomach didn't feel to well.
So i ate some yogurt, heard that it helps.
Which it did.
And this is also when i noticed the dull pain on the right side. Nothing too bad though.
Monday 15th september
Had work so i had to get up at 5am.
Pain is still there but this time my head feels light.
and it was almost like this allday.
after work it kinda got a better.
Tuesday 16th September
Work started a bit later today so i had plenty of rest.
In the morning i didn't not feel the the pain to much.
but it was there still.My head felt alittle better also.
I did though have a pretty painful poop so i think i tore my anus a bit.
On my way too work my head started getting light.
And at work i had to lift some stuff so that didn't help either.
The abdominal pain was there.
Needed a bathroom brake a little later.
and to my suprise my poop was redish in color plus the toilet paper had some blood on it, Could be the tear earlier this morning , but i never really had that much blood before.
Now i am at home feeling light headed with the pain on the right side.Like i said the pain isn't nothing to bad.
I am 18
6'7 and weight around 200 pounds/14 stone/90 kg.
I will thank in advance if theres anyone who can reply.
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