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.
There are various reasons that alcohol can cause swollen hands. For example, this is because of the fact that it can cause edema, or fluid retention.
Alcohol is capable of making hands and feet swollen. This is because alcohol can cause someone to retain fluid, if they are already a bit dehydrated.
Yes. People with an abdominal aneurysm can cause it to rupture if they strain too hard.
Though it is very difficult to cause rupturing of eardrum, physical impact, High frequency sounds, health issues, genetic defects are most probable causes.
The spleen is located next to the stomach and is around one fist in size.
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.
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.
Rupture of the spleen.
dont rupture your spleen
Splenorrhexis means rupture of the spleen.Splenorrhexis
yes, it could rupture
It can. One of the common complications of infectious mononucleosis is an enlarged spleen, and less commonly rupture of the spleen.
Hemangiosarcoma it has one of the fastest metastitis rates. and if not caught in time can rupture the spleen and cause internal bleeding.
The blood from a ruptured spleen can't get out through the vagina.