Could someone please help my daughter. She is 19 and a freshman in college and is going thru pure ***l. She has had severe lower abdominal pain, constipation (no bowel movement since the first of Dec.) major weight loss. She went from 138 pounds to 102 pounds from the end of Sep. to the end of Dec. She does not have much of an appetite because everytime she eats it makes her stomach cramp even more. She has had a colonoscopy, several blood test, a urine test and where they stick the tube thru your mouth to look at your stomach. They still cannot find anything. She is a very social person and when she goes out to a party she is back in her dorm by 11 cause she says it just hurts to much and she does not like to even party. This is so much not like her. She told me last night that this is just not right cause she should be meeting people and enjoying life. Does anyone have any suggestions on what we should have done now. She is seeing a specialist and he is trying to help her but it is just so frustrating knowing that there is something going on but not knowing what it is. Please any suggestions or help will be appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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