Can alcohol cause your spleen to rupture?
Alcohol in and by itself cant. However check out some secondary causes of alcohol abuse, IF you are a persistent heavy drinker(binge drinking especially), you are at risk of developing calicifications in your pancreas. This reduces the proper function of your pancreas over time and can produces what are called pseudocysts. This can be the culprit that will cause you to possibly bleed to death because depending on where the pseudocyst is, it can burst your spleen. I say this because it is exactly what happened to me. I was lucky I was sober at the time it burst at 1:30 in the morning
, that way I could feel the emense pain of the rupture and feel the incredible instant nausea and blood vomiting, that I did not aspirate into my lungs.
the Answer is yes pressure on your diaphragm can cause you spleen to rupture
Malaria commonly causes enlargement of liver and spleen. Enlargement of the spleen can be enormous. ( Upto umbilicus can be found. At times larger than this.) Spleen does not rupture due to enlargement. But then small blow to upper and outer or central abdomen can cause rupture of spleen and death.
Splenorrhexis means rupture of the spleen. Splenorrhexis
splenomegaly (enlarged spleen) could cause the spleen to rupture. The principal of my elementary school had a pet Saint Bernard that died from a ruptured spleen.
dont rupture your spleen
It can. One of the common complications of infectious mononucleosis is an enlarged spleen, and less commonly rupture of the spleen.
The average weight of an adult spleen is 0.44 lbs. During and after digestion, the size of the spleen increases. Infection of malaria or mono can also cause the spleen to increase in size. If the increase in size is significant, the spleen can rupture. If the spleen ruptures, immediate medicalcare is necessary. You may need emergency surgery to control the bleeding.
Hemangiosarcoma it has one of the fastest metastitis rates. and if not caught in time can rupture the spleen and cause internal bleeding.
Prolonged alcohol abuse can indirectly damage the spleen. Excessive alcohol consumption can cause a type of liver disease that in turn causes the spleen to enlarge to an abnormal size. The spleen is an organ that filters and destroys damaged blood cells. The spleen also produces white blood cells and helps to prevent infection, among other functions.
it can if you're an alcoholic because the alcohol can rupture you're stomach therefore letting your stomach acids will get in the rupture and cause a infectious disease
yes, it could rupture
Rupture de la rate
The car accident seemed minor, but the rupture of his spleen caused the driver's rapid demise.
The spleen doesn't metabolize alcohol, the liver does. So not having a spleen won't change how you react to alcohol.
Yes, and it is called a 'ruptured spleen'. Accidents that apply trauma to the abdominal area often rupture the spleen, and it must then be removed by surgery because the spleen is a repository for blood and someone can bleed out internally if the spleen isn't removed. You can live without your spleen just fine, by the way.
yes it can. i have learned that even though it has healed it may rupture due to issues that may occur
People with liver disease, a common side effect of excessive alcohol consumption, develop an enlarged spleen. The spleen normally traps platelets. When it becomes enlarged, this may accelerate, and cause a low platelet count.
No. Rods are placed on the outside of the spine and wired/screwed in place to the transverse processes (bones that stick out to the side of each vertebra). Your spleen is in the left-upper area of your abdomen inside the ribcage. There are situations where you might have severe trauma, and your spleen ruptured, but the shock-wave of blunt trauma (like in an auto accident) would be the cause of the rupture.
The symptoms will depend upon the cause of rupture. Most rupture occurs due to trauma either from a fall, traffic accidents and rugby or football injury, and as such other injuries may be present. Pain, fracture ribs, may be associated with shock, low blood pressure and will require emergency surgery. Spontaneous rupture can sometimes happen in people with enlarged spleen and they can present with sudden collapse, pale appearance and in shock. Bleeding is very… Read More
INFECTIONS OF PERITONIAL CAVITY iNTESTINAL oBSTRUCTION RUPTURE OF SPLEEN
Restrict activity; as too much activity will rupture the spleen.
no seek medical attention, an enlarged spleen can be an underlining symptom , alcohol is not an answer for the care your body needs, do yourself a favor forget alcohol, tobacco also, your body will love you for it
Yes My spleen is Gone and I drink all the time and I'm still alive
A ruptured spleen will not affect your appendix.
Heavy exercise or lifting can sometimes cause muscle rupture
Car accidents are the most common cause of blunt traumatic injury to the spleen.
Complications that can occur with mononucleosis include a temporarily enlarged spleen or inflamed liver. In rare instances, the spleen may rupture, producing sharp pain on the left side of the abdomen, a symptom that warrants.
"Brain rupture" is not a normal medical term. Do you mean the rupture of a cerebral aneurysm? It depends on the severity and location of the rupture... some are non-fatal, and others can cause death.
It is physically possible to do so, but it is not a good idea.
alcohol obesity and too many calories
Because alcohol thins the blood and would make any rupture or tear in the colon more serious.
No. There is no treatment/cure for mono. The body has to fight it on its own; mono is rarely fatal, so there isn't much to worry about. But your spleen can rupture if you exercise (mono enlarges the spleen), so strict bed-rest is highly recommended.
Liver failure and kidney failure Destruction of blood cells (hemolytic anemia) Meningitis Rupture of the spleen and subsequent massive hemorrhage
Hydraulic shock from quick closing valves and can cause piping to rupture Hydraulic shock from quick closing valves and can cause piping to rupture
Essentially drinking can mess up a persons spleen. This is because excessive drinking can damage the liver which causes Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis can cause an enlarged spleen.
If your spleen hurts, you need to go see your doctor as soon as you can. There are a few diseases that can cause your spleen to become painful, and you need to get it checked out. Some of these diseases are very serious.
high pitched noses cause that
His mother, Lucille Jeter developed cirrhosis of the liver and died on February 2, 1958, when the state of her liver caused her spleen to rupture.
Sliding plates cause earthquakes. As the plates slide the rupture begins.
True. There are blood capillaries within the red pulp of the spleen. Older, more fragile red blood cells may rupture as they pass through these capillaries and the resulting cellular debris is removed.
If a person is running a high fever has a enlarged spleen swollen lymph nodes and severe abdominal pain what does this men?
Fever, enlarged spleen, and swollen lymph nodes are indicative of mononucleosis. Abdominal pain along with a swollen spleen suggests that the pain is due to the swollen spleen. A person with a swollen spleen should avoid lifting heavy things and all contact sports as it could rupture the spleen. While there is no medication that can be given to cure mono, there are things that can aleviate symptoms. High fever that is present for more… Read More
One Word answer: Yes
How long after recovered from mono with symptoms of jaundice and enlarged spleen can you drink alcohol?
minimum 3 months
No, it cannot cause one, but it could potentially cause one to rupture if you have an existing aneurism.