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Stomach Problems for the Last 4 Years

Posted In: Gastrointestinal conditions 2 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 12, 2010
  • 06:41 PM

Hey everyone,
Im 19 and for the past 4 years ive been having stomach problems, only recently have i actually been tested for IBS and had Endoscopy.
My results came back clear, so did my blood tests for allergys.

These come and go when they please but i am usually very bloated, always passing wind, usually get the pains after eatting or smoking.
Also if i go out clubbing on a friday and drink say 6 beers, you can bet the saturday and most of sunday ill be in bed in awful pain.
Sometimes the pain gets so bad that i curl into a ball on the floor (generally at home) as the pain is unbareable.
If i go toilet the pain sometimes goes, but others it don't because there is more to come out but will not come out at that time.
Other times when the pains really bad i cannot go toilet at all.

Other stuff
- No blood when going toilet
- I have a Hiatal Hernia
- Not on any meds
- I smoke & Dnt drink heavy

Thank you i hope you can help, doctors just useless around my way

Any help would be good

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  • i get the same pains but i dont drink and stuff,i feel awful every morning with my pain,i sit on the toilet to let my stool's pass, but sometimes the pain dont go!im only 14 and ive had it for the psat 2 years,its life ruining.
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  • I dont understand one thing that if you are facing the problem since 4 years then why didnt you showed it to the doc. I think this problem should not be neglected and it is very important for you to quit smoking and drinking as, I know it is tough for you but, try to reduce it as it will be helpful.Thanksliferaftgroup.org
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