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  • Posted By: jocey29
  • September 13, 2011
  • 02:12 AM

I am a 30 yr old female. I just had both an upper and lower GI today. My symptoms are I sometimes vomit randomly for hours ending in a trip to the er. I once vomited blood. I have very frequent watery stool a bright yellow color, this has been happening for over 3 yrs now. My doctor told me that he thinks i may have a small blockage, but my stomach was only mildly irritated and it was fine. He took some biopsys and said i was maybe forcing to use the bathroom. But i never have to force myself it is always runny yellow liquid 95% of the time. I dont strain i dont hurry. I would like some advise as to what is going on. I feel sick and weak often. they have done blood test to check my liver and they have come back off a couple times but nothing more is ever done about it. I am very tired of feeling sick. Some one please help.

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  • I am a 30 yr old female. I just had both an upper and lower GI today. My symptoms are I sometimes vomit randomly for hours ending in a trip to the er. I once vomited blood. I have very frequent watery stool a bright yellow color, this has been happening for over 3 yrs now. My doctor told me that he thinks i may have a small blockage, but my stomach was only mildly irritated and it was fine. He took some biopsys and said i was maybe forcing to use the bathroom. But i never have to force myself it is always runny yellow liquid 95% of the time. I dont strain i dont hurry. I would like some advise as to what is going on. I feel sick and weak often. they have done blood test to check my liver and they have come back off a couple times but nothing more is ever done about it. I am very tired of feeling sick. Some one please help.Your doctor explains the problem with our country: He spent 8 years in medical school and has been 'practicing' medicine for a bunch of other years and still He CAN'T explain to you why you are going/going/going?I'll explain it with no Medical training: Your stomach digests the food and TURNS it into liquid. This liquid then goes to the small intestine where it travels for say 36 feet until most, hopefully, the nutrients are taken UP into the blood stream and taken to your liver. The liquid then goes to the colon where the Excess water is removed,etc...............Since you are going frequently with diahrea, the most LOGICAL explanation is that your colon is INFLAMED which is blocking the excess water from the Liquid in the colon from entering the blood vessels in the colon so the liquid basically comes out your anus just like it came out your stomach as it entered your small intestine. Note: You could have Celiac disease too if you are VERY SKINNY, WEAK, etc..
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    • September 22, 2011
    • 04:37 AM
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