This is Dr. David
excessive alcohol can damage the liver and cause bleeding.
excessive alcohol can decrease your vitamin C and folate and B12 levels and if you have bad gums and bad teeth, this can cause bleeding.
An friends wife has been drinking excessively for around 3-4 years and he has described her tongue as being bright red with occasional bleeding ! is this something to worry about ?
she needs to see a doctor and have her mouth evaluated.
should she see a doctor ?
yes, she needs to see a doctor.
have her mouth evaluated.
and gums evaluated.
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