I feel like I have to always clear my throat and have what feels like thick mucus....it feels like it travels to my lungs and makes me cough. I actually do cough first thing in the morning..Also feels like mucus behind my nose. Someone thought this could be gerd. I do not have heartburn at all. Anyone else experience this?View Thread
I have had yellow stools for about 3 months now. Always yellow. I have upper right quadrant pain...lower/mid right back pain...feels muscular. also pain in my lower righ abdomen. I went to the er they did a bunch of tests and couldn't find anything wrong. Do they test for cancer when they take blood at the er? He said I was healthy. Could this be from my back being messed up? Maybe from my spine causing the muscles to be out of whack causing pressure somewhere? I feel fine other wise. This all started when I started wearing heals. I got a new job and I wore heals for a week. But that was 3 months ago..I am going to see a gastroentologist in January, but this yellow stool worrries me. Thanks for any insighe anyone can give me.View Thread
I have had pain under my right rib..first I thought it might be my gallbladder...they think it is an ulcer. I have been EXTREMELY stressed out..I lost my job and some other things have caused me to worry. I feel like my ribs are on fire and I have muscle aches. Could be from wearing heels again. I have been having thin yellow stools..Could the thinness be caused from stress and worry..I have been worried since March. I started taking perscription antacids and taking mylanta. Thanks for any insight.View Thread
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