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Lower left abdominal pain please help!!!!!

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  • Posted By: SimplyMe65
  • February 7, 2013
  • 05:46 PM

Okay, i have had lower left abdominal pain for at least two months or a little more. I cant deal with it anymore its taking an emotional and physical toll on me. It all started with this burning ache in my lower left abdomen one night. The next morning i woke terribly sick and i was told i had the stomach flu. After i had gotten over it the pain wouldnt go away. So i returned to the doctor. I've ha multiple tests . A ct scan which showed nothing but a swollen lymphnode. Probably from the earlier flu. Next I had an ultrasound.. Nothing. Finally i had a colonoscopy he said i just had hemmroids and my Colon looked a little twisted to eat more fiber but other than that it looked healthy. I do eat fiber and i have no problem with going and my stomachs still hurting. I just cant do this anymore i want to cry everyday i just want to know whats wrong it really hurts :(. I am only 19 turning 20 next month i shouldnt be having these issues!:( i am calling the doctor tomorrow but regardless someone help if you have any advice

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  • Have you tried cleansing?
    Isagolden 1 Replies
    • February 20, 2013
    • 00:42 AM
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  • That sounds awful, I'm sorry you're experiencing the pain. I get the same thing from time to time, but it is intermittent and not intolerable pain. That area can become painful and swollen when stool is trapped. There is a sharp curve in the colon there which can cause this in people prone to constipation. Do you struggle with constipation at all? If there was something serious going on, I would think the colonoscopy would have picked that up. I didn't catch how long this has been going on, but I certainly hope it goes away as quickly as it seems to have come on. Please hang in there. Good luck.
    tinyme 1 Replies
    • December 6, 2013
    • 11:57 AM
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  • Try wild yam from the health food store or essiac tea with sheep sorel roots. Wild Yam is good for diverticulitis, go on a liquid diet for three days and take wild yam. Then order essiac tea and follow the directions on how to make it, takes a full day to steep. Also take wild yam for appendicitis at the onset.
    Enzymes daily, get systemic or Dr Fitts enzmes !
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