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constant intestinal pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 10, 2010
  • 09:47 PM

My stomach problems seem to have returned. I have constant intestinal pain and spasms. No diarreah, but have 4-10 bms a day. Dr. prescribed Protonix. It has helped with the burning sensation I have from throat to stomach. I do have an IgA dificiency. Also was prescribed Dicyclomine 3 times a day, as needed. I have seen so may GI drs. that I can't remember them all. Have been checked for Pancreatitis, Prophyria, IBS-D, IBD. Drs. said I should see an allergist. No one can seem to give my a diagnosis. I am in constant pain. At the moment I also have Shingles. I don't think that is contributing to intestinal pain. Pain in intestines began before I was diagnosed with Shingles Anyone out there have any idea what is wrong with me?:confused:

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  • try u-tube , preventing mouth sores , red/brown haired mom in white shirt, just an idea.
    douglaskarl 1 Replies
    • February 11, 2010
    • 01:52 PM
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  • My stomach problems seem to have returned. I have constant intestinal pain and spasms. No diarreah, but have 4-10 bms a day. Dr. prescribed Protonix. It has helped with the burning sensation I have from throat to stomach. I do have an IgA dificiency. Also was prescribed Dicyclomine 3 times a day, as needed. I have seen so may GI drs. that I can't remember them all. Have been checked for Pancreatitis, Prophyria, IBS-D, IBD. Drs. said I should see an allergist. No one can seem to give my a diagnosis. I am in constant pain. At the moment I also have Shingles. I don't think that is contributing to intestinal pain. Pain in intestines began before I was diagnosed with Shingles Anyone out there have any idea what is wrong with me?:confused:I think it will be more better if you consult a good doctor, because it seems that you are having a severe problem, consult a doctor and go for proper consultation like you need to be very focus in getting proper medication that is some tests or x-rays that are very important.Instead of getting some big problem in future it is better if you take some necessary precautions now, so that it will not turns to big problem.Thanks
    namratasnv 30 Replies
    • February 12, 2010
    • 08:34 AM
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  • Prostaglandin causes the smooth muscles of the wall of the gut to go into rhythmical contraction. Substance P is a chemical that is involved in pain modulation in the gut. It triggers the pain receptors of the gut once it is released in more than usual quantities.Make sure you know the symptoms of carcinoid syndrome and carcinoid cancer. It's very rare, but it does happen.Thanks,Carcinoid cancer patient
    wildmonkeys1 14 Replies Flag this Response
  • I have not heard about Carcinoid syndrome before but, if your are telling us that these symptoms might causes this problem then it is better to consult with the doctor about this issue.thankshttp://www.liferaftgroup.org/gist.html
    namratasnv 30 Replies Flag this Response
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