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  • Posted By: madeit11
  • April 17, 2007
  • 03:14 AM

Hi, I am 34 and am experiencing nausea, vommitting, excessive stools (urgency to go), extreme fatigue and feverish. I have unexplained weight loss. I hear rumbling noises in my abdomen, exessive gas and was diagnose with having a hiatal hernia. I sometimes have chest pain and shortness of breath. I cannot eat although I feel extremely hungry. (always feel a burning sensation in chest). I feel sick when I eat and also when I don't. I can do nothing but ly around the house and hate myself. Wondering if that can just take out my digestive system. I go through bottles of pepto a day. they have me on protonix for the GERD and reglan but they same to make it worst. What is possble wrong with me. Oh, sometimes I am fine for at least a month and then it starts back over.

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  • How much water do you drink?Would you try NAET? Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique-Or Oriental Medicine?
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • I don't drink water. (I know that's bad)
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  • I am wondering if you have ever been checked for Crohn's Disease. My 11 year old was just diagnosed a few months ago and your symptoms are very close to hers in many ways.
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  • I don't have advice but my husband has been suffering from similar symptoms for almost five years. Our doctor is also stumped as to what this could be. If you find out anything, please post it. Thanks.
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