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Constant Diarea

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 19, 2010
  • 00:48 PM

Ok, ive got one for you. I've ALWAYS had a "rough" stomache. I remember back in highschool i would go through an entire bottle of tums (throughout the day) swallowed with a bottle of pepto to make my stomache calm down, which was still mostly uneffected. Well here i am, 29, and i still am a basket full of issues. I havent had insurance since i was 5, and i have basically no money, so a DR visit is out of the question.
Every morning i wake up to my mouth watering and my stomache painfully gurgeling. Its a mixed feeling between being insanly hungry and feeling like i'm going to puke. UNLESS i run to the fridge and eat something like bread. Nothing eles seems to stop it but bread. THEN about 10 minutes after that i get to run to the bathroom for my diarea episode....every...morning...for at least 5 YEARS ( that i can remember)!
I dont seem to have to go 'potty' any other time but in the morning. I just had to leave my job because this was all happening at work and i couldnt take it anymore. I was sick until around 10 am. and since my shift was 6 am to 12pm i was basically constantly running trips to the lavatory and felt like crap. I dont drink milk, or alcohol, or highly processed foods. I mostly eat vegtables, chicken breast, and rice. And i'm also like 200 pounds. For what i eat i shouldnt be this weight. I dont know if thats part of my issue or not. I used to excersise, walking and working out on the boflex, but i feel like crap all the time so i just dont anymore.
Its getting to a point where i'm just done...even if i dont eat anything ( besides my morning piece of bread), i wake up to my typical morning diarea episode. If anyone has any insight it would be GREATLY appreciated. Even more so if it was a cheap fix.

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