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      I have fallen far from grace the last couple of weeks
      Friends staying and drinking all the time.
      Now I want to get back in the real world....
      My body is feeling dreadful
      Eyes red/yellow
      Headaches
      Same old roundabout -
      But - and this is new to me
      Dreadful pain in the upper back - not like back pain - but like something hurting inside my body
      wonder if anybody else suffers from this - and knows - what it is??
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      Sweet changeling

      Did you say your eyes are yellow? And pain like within your body>
      I am not sure what it is - and I dont want to panic you - but if you have never felt this way before - I wouldnt risk anything. I think you should go to a doctor. Now. And get it checked out. If its nothing, Great! But you should get it checked. Please ok? And please let us know? We are here for you!
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      Yes I agree...yellow eyes usually means jaundice.

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      I would agree with Jenna and Preciouspinot...you should probably go see a doctor just in case.

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      ok we need a report back soon please. im worried.

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      does it hurt when you are hungover, or all the time? Do you notice that if you dont drink, it hurts more? One of the things that I notice is when I dont drink, I get pains every where and when I do drink, they magically go away.

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      Hi Changeling,
      Sounds like you need help and sobriety, but the body is a miraculous thing and can recover from the bulk of the cr*p we through at it if we give it a chance.

      Hope you're feeling better
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      Thanks for all your support
      After 2 days without drinking I am feeling much better today -
      Pain in my back has almost disapeared and eyes are clear and normal looking.
      I am living abroad (Spain) and do not have a doctor here yet - all the more reason to take better care of myself. We are in process of sorting out Private Healthcare and I will have a full checkup soon.
      Slept like a baby last night - and feeling full of renewed resolve to cut out the drink today.
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      That's great to hear, Changeling.
      Sounds like your body was rebelling to the booze...the bloodshot and yellow eyes, the pain. When you give your body enough time to get the stuff out of your system, get some water and nutrients pumping though, you feel better and your body can start to heal. That's wonderful.
      A system check by a doctor may not be a bad idea, however. All of us "drinkers" put too much strain on our organs that are trying to keep toxins out of our bodies. It's a bit stressful, but worth it. I went into it thinking "OK, if I get bad results back, I can start changing things NOW rather than waiting until it's way too late. If I get good results back, Great! I haven't killed myself yet." sigh.
      Chris, you too. It's a tough, brave, first step. I think we owe it to ourselves and our bodies, and especially if we have kids, we owe it to them to start taking care of ourselves a bit better. Try try.
      Good for you, Changeling. Keep it up!

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      oops!

      That last message from "unregistered" was from me. Sorry! I hadn't logged in. By the way, All my liver tests came back A-OK
      Take care,:h

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