Teeth are important, the not only provide your smile but they also hold up a lot of the muscles of the face. At the current time this community board does not have a health professional to answer community members' questions. I would invite you to visit our WebMD Oral Health Community . There is an Oral Health Center linked at the bottom of that community board to read more about dental health issues.
Please see a doctor if you are having bleeding as it's not possible for anyone to be diagnosed over the internet. Before your doctor's visit it may be helpful to use the Symptom Checker tool to pull up articles that may be useful to you.
Have you gone back to your doctor if your GERD and constipation are getting worse? You mention a couple of medications you are taking so please look them up by clicking on the Find a Drug link at the top of the board.
I'm sorry that your mother is so ill. We do have a WebMD Hepatitis Community board that you may find helpful as that board has a hepatologist GI doctor , Dr Melissa Palmer to help answer your questions. The community members may be able to tell you about their experiences with liver diseases and transplants too.
At the current time this community board does not have a health professional to answer community members' questions.
Please use the WebMD search engine with hemmorhoids . Another community that can offer you some insight is the WebMD Colorectal Cancer Community so please visit that community board. You don't have to have cancer in order to post there, many community members are like you, trying to get a diagnosis of some kind.
Have you considered seeking a second opinion since you say you say the bowel movements and bleeding aren't getting any better? You know your body better than anyone else so please consider seeing another doctor for help.
Have you seen a doctor yet to find out what is causing you to have the bloating problems that you say you've had for a long time? That may be the place to start to get a diagnosis and treatment if necessary.
Did you know that a gluten intolerance can affect your sleep quality? According to Dr Michael Breus' blog post Are You Gluten-Free and Sleep-Free? it can be a vicious circle -- you are not feeling well so your sleep is disrupted; your sleep is disrupted from not feeling well because you have digestion problems and you don't feel well because of a lack of quality sleep.
Dr Breus has a few suggestions to help you to sleep better including:
Keeping a regular bedtime. Avoiding irritating foods and food and drink stimulants. Avoiding stimulating TV shows Managing stress.
If you are currently under a doctor's care, please contact your doctor for help. You list a few medical conditions here including heart disease, diabetes, and an ulcer. A GI (gastroenterologist ) doctor deals with the digestive system.