I feel your pain weird , 21/2 years in and lots of pain in my stomach daily gas,excessive potty breaks, acid reflux , bloating,pain in back between shoulders I have had 3 colonoscopys 2 endoscopy and sigmoidoscopy unexplained weight gain so far I had a parasite and did not respond to medicine took 8 months to diagnosis, and i found a medicine on the internet myself and told doctor about it , he called pharmacy and wrote prescription. They found ulcers in my small intestine. still pain in abdomen of course its normal to get depression i feel like a test guinne pig crap saw doctor today and now two new test, Since nothing stays down acid. Will have nuclear med test and a intestine check to see what happens when I swallow food and it is in the stomach . I am a cancer survivor. Have had gallbladder taken, stomach surgery mesh placed in my gut. Not sure where this will go from here but, just hope for best.What can you do when you are not in control the doctors are. Do research online it helps me follow my own health for which i decide whats done or not. god blessView Thread
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