I have been a heavy drinker for 3 years. It started with a few beers, but in the past year I would drink about a pint 5 times per week. I also have been taking amphetamines during this time (prescribed) which I have never abused. I started a new medication on Sunday, drank Tuesday night, and had a BP of 180/100 and HR 72 last night, which is WAY higher than normal. I read that this could be leading to kidney disease/failure, which is a sign of liver damage. I am experiencing no other symptoms though. Today I did not take the new medication and my BP & HR have returned to their "normal" state of about 130/80 (this has been the "norm" my neurologist is okay with because of my meds). Should I be worried about liver cirrhosis? I have discussed my alcohol issue with my family and am aware that immediate cessation of alcohol is imperative and necessary. But now I’m just worried about what damage I’ve already done. I’m not even 30 years old and I don't have insurance. But should I be getting tests done or something???