I went to the hospital last Thursday because I had severe shakes and nausea.My heart felt like it was racing and so did my mind.I thought I was going to die.I drove myself there and checked into the emergency room.Later,I eventually got a hold of my husband @work,who came right over.He called his mom and she came there also,along with his two sisters.Anyway,when the Dr.came in and asked me some questions,one of those questions were"Is it possible you are having alcohol withdraw?"Everyone was sitting there looking at me.I said no.My husband sorta lifted his eyebrow,as for the others they just looked on because they have no idea that I have alcohol issues.So of course there was nothing wrong w/me,I came out looking like a fool.Withdraw never crossed my mind until the Dr.said it.They released me on condition that I follow up with my family Dr.That exsperiance was so humiliating and embarrasing,when I got home I just wanted to drink,drink and drink!I did'nt though,but it's on my mind constantly and I'm scared of it.
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