My name is Jennifer...i live in NY and mid October i had been diagnosed with colitis and was placed in the hospital. i got out and then the pain got worse soon after being home for a few days. i went back and was again placed in the hospital to stay. i went to Cooperstown hospital after staying at the Cobleskill hospital where i was told i had CDiff...at first i was furious at the other hospital for not finding it the first time. After a week or two(cant remember) i was released from the hospital after ivs of antibotics that would help get rid of it and vanco. i also was taking pain killers called ultraium or tram-maol sorry cant remember how to spell the pain killers. i have been out since october 29 or 30...now the systoms have come back...the abdominal pains, nausea, diarrea, and the not wanting to really eat have come back and it has been keeping me awake...i also think the cdiff has come back...need advice...View Thread
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