Well, it's been several months since I stopped drinking and I am at wits' end. The past week I have felt crummier (when all month felt pretty good) with some shakeyness, dizziness and generally felling unwell. Some pins and needles here and there, and my anxiety is still horrid. I also have constant head pressure, and migraines.
I was feeling so crummy I went to emergency yesterday, and they checked me out. They said I was fine and discharged me - bilirubin, liver enzymes all normal (although my urea was very low - doctor said this is due to my vegan diet?!) and my ferritin is slightly high, and the doc felt my liver, stating that it didn't feel hard or even slightly abnormal.
I've had three ultrasounds now and an insane amount of bloods - all found nothing. What I am wondering is - could I have inflammation of the liver or alcoholic hepatitis? Has anyone had this and recovered? I don't know what other tests to get short of a biopsy, but since quitting the drink I just have felt absolutely crummy. I read online that this can happen with people who drink when they quit, but who knows... I don't have jaundice, ascites or any of the other liver stuff...yet.
Just really at wits' end Thanks for listening...
Also, 28/M/Vegan/Celiac+Meniere's Disease