I have a little problem, which may be so important for some of you, I think.
I underwent surgery on the heart last year. Now my aortic valve is mechanical. As most of you do, I have to take Warfarin everyday after supper. Inconvenient, but it is alright. Until the day I die, I probably keep taking it.
Well, the problem is alcohol. As a matter of fact, those who take Warfain should not drink more than two cans of beer, I suppose. Those who don't like to drink can live with the fact alright. But, like me, people who love to drink to get drunk, they feel bad about it. Emptiness. Stress. Sorrow. Without liquor is like without music, I should say. In truth, however, to be honest, I have never drunk any alcoholic bevarage since the surgery. I feel that to drink would cause something awful.
I'd like to know what other Warfarin takers do when they want to drink.
Is there any other stimuli that make me at east again? For a Warfarin taker, of course. I would like to know what you are doing