Ok, so I'm a 24 yr old female in good health, but i have this crippling pain with my stomach. It seems as if i have an ulcer or something like that, thats what the pain feel like at first. Like the acid in my stomach is eating away at it or something. So I take a few tums and when that doesnt work I take a few more, when that doesnt work, I try some Pepto to see if that works, and by that time the pain is so intense im throwing up, shaking, cold sweats the whole works. I was told by a relative that it could be my Gallbladder (she had to have hers removed)
After I go out to eat at a restaurant and i drink a lot of sweet tea, my stomach started acting up again, this time i have been fighting a headache all day and nausea. So I googled it and some possibilites came up. Anemia was one, but it said a side effect was coldness or numbness in hands and feet, but i am by nature a cold person. Im not comfy unless its at least 80 degrees, any lower and my feet are cold and my joints lock up. Another was diabetes but I don't have any problems with changing vison or weight loss or gain or anything like that.
So could it be that my stomach just doesnt like all that sugar or could it be that i actually have too much sugar already and its making me sick as a signal?
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