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Feeling sick, not being able to eat and constantly being in

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Feeling sick, not being able to eat and constantly being in and out of the bathroom is hard enough, but add to it i only have 2 people to talk to and they're always to busy to really care. It's 9 AM here, ive been up since 530 when my husband left for work, I started feeling dizzy and hungry and sick so i made grits and sausage and toast at 730, got halfway through eating and I feel like hell and it went right through me. Text my mom who we live with cause i guess I just want someone to be concerned so I'm not sitting here suffering alone, she read the message but didn't reply. Husband never texts back at work so no point trying that. I post **** on facebook and nobody ever sees it so why bother. I feel severely isolated and miserable on top of the pain and discomfort

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MoonChildRaine's picture
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Jan 13

@bebobaBetty ive been through at least 6 different brands since I started smoking 12 years ago, and the issues have existed since long before I started smoking. They did a spinal tap on me when i was 11 months old apparently, I stopped eating for like 2 weeks and they couldnt figure out why

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Mar 22

I had stomach issues too gastroentolgist said he think its ibs because my celiac test was clear. One of my old doc prescribed escitalopram 10 mg 2 time a day and zantac 2 times aday for acid supressing and esmprozole ppi for stopping excessive acid tricyclic anti depressent 1 in a day hope we understand each other

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Mar 22

@MoonChildRaine I understand your frustration more than you know. I have been going through severe stomach pain and bathroom runs since I was a little kid. I have been diagnosed with C-diff pancolitis (inflammation of the entire digestive tract), and gastiritis before, but recently I went to a new gastro because the others pretty much gave up on my because they figured since the c diff is gone I should be good, and they thought the gastritis was acute but its been chronic for me. Not only that, this new gastro (like my 4th or 5th one) wanted to slap a diagnosis of IBS on me as well. Another interesting thing is that last time I was in the hospital they told me I have fatty liver which they didn't tell me that can cause pain but I read up on it and it most definitely can! Sorry to be a little graphic, but do you happen to have white balls or pieces in your stools? That would be fat pieces and could signify fatty liver.

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