I had a few drinks less than a month ago the day after i had a terrible hangover, i spent the whole day throwing up, not eating or drinking anything. A few days later i started having light abdominal cramps that lasted ever since, i visited a doctor, she checked me up and have me a treated which i've been taking since a week but the pain doesn't seem to go away. Please help.
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replied July 13th, 2018
Hi and welcome,

Alcohol can cause sever irritation of the stomach wall,specially if one vomits excessively afterwards,the forceful retching can further damage the esophagus and the upper part of the stomach.
You should rehydrate,take plenty of water,milk,yogurt and fresh home made juices,
Take fibre rich foods like bananas,fresh bread etc.
You can use pepto bismol and pepcid as well.
Antacids might help as well.
Avoid a spring, ibuprofen,alcohol and spicy fried foods.

Wish you good health.

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