I am 21 soon to be 22 i feel as if there is absolutly nothing i can do. It started when i was 19. I used to drink a lot when i was younger and it basically caught up to me. Or so it seems. For the past 2 years i have been sick to my stomach after every meal. I always feel bloated and gassy and always have to burp through out the day to help my slelf feel better. I also cannot drink liquids during meals or after or basically with anything because of how it feels lik,e it fills me up to the point of wanting to throw up i have lost tons of weight and i havnt been able to eat as much as i used to. I am also always constipated and have lots of anxiety and stress. I am fatigued in the middle of then day when i usually am not being that is have adhd. it always hurts in the upper abdomin but occasionally it just feel bloated through the entire stomach area to the point of me wanting to throw up. i have become very depressed and not in the mood to do much of anything anymore. I take 4 different kind of probiotics along with a presription of DEXILENT that i was prescribed when i was diagnosed with GERD after a endoscopy i had done. I feel like there nohing and nioone to help me i have researched so much and i am soon to go to the doctors once more and try and figure this out. if anyone has input please feel free.....P.S. sorry for the mispelling and grammer.View Thread
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