I know for the last 2yrs everytime i get my lab work done like inflammation levels they are always normal. Even thou the small bowel series shows inflammation an lots of it. Does anyone else have that issue? My doctor always tells me my labs are normal as usual will just treat your systoms.....View Thread
So i call my doctor an tell him that on top of the general feeling crappy with this lovely disease now my stomach is not working i can only eat once a day then the next morning i get sick an throw up an my food from the night before is still there yea i know nasty right... So he just orders more test now besides small bowel series i get to do more stuff an all the nurse said was "he order a lot more test" didn't even tell me what they where and no help for the time being.... and i don't do the test till the 30th... so frustrating... does anyone else have the problem the there stomach not diagesting right????View Thread
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