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Stomach feeling wierd...

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 17, 2007
  • 06:33 AM

Hi there, i am a 18yr old male and my stomach has been feeling wierd for about 3 days now. The first day after coming home, i suddenly got a stabbing feeling in my stomach, it hurt alot/ALOT. Well after those couple moments the pain went away, so the next day i just felt FULL like if i had eaten a pig or something. Then i drank a laxative emptied myself out and felt better. But I was very hungry and ate that same day. Well I am feeling better now, but I have slight constipation, my stomach still feels wierd, and i get a shocking pain sometimes under my right rib cage, my left rib cage, and a shocking pain at my stomach.
I dont have complete constipation because sometimes i manage to do something but its diareahh. I dont feel 100% but i do not feel weak, i do not feel tired, i actually did some excersize today, i want to know what might be the cause of this?, before i go to a doctor.

-Thanks in advance.

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  • I would like to add that Right now i am sitting, and dont feel no kind of pain what so ever, and do not feel the desire to go to the bathroom. If i inhale deep nothing hurts, if i breath through mouth nothign hurts, Right now its like im fine, but when i go to the bathroom and sit and i want to do something sometimes it wont come out, and my stomach hurts, or some comes out but in a watery form, combined with fecal matter. I think someone might know whats wrong, because i have read everyone elses and those are like WOW, they have symptons im glad i dont have, but all of you have my heart/ and i hope you get better. Today i ate top ramen soup/oranges/soup again/oranges/and water. I dont feel any worse, feel a bit better. But still feel wierd. -Thanks again, i just posted to give more detail.
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    • January 17, 2007
    • 06:50 AM
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