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4 Months of pain and no answers

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  • Posted By: jackieo
  • January 17, 2007
  • 03:07 AM

Hi my name is Jackie and my boy friend Dave has been experiencing extreme pain from the rib cage down, left & right sides, and middle to lower back regions. His bawl movements are irregular, as in he feels like he needs to go and then will sit on the toilet and nothing will come out, different colors (varying shades of brown and/or green), as well as irregularity on how the matter comes out. He has had some blood in his urine irregular (doctors have found blood in his urine twice in the past year, but a few other times there were no traces), along with this he has problems starting to pee and at times feels as if a needle is in his urinary track (sometimes after he has peed he feels the sharp pains). Doctors thought five months ago that he has kidney stones, but he never passed one and had a CAT scan done that showed no signs of a kidney stone. Tests were done that said his kidneys are working properly. Sometime after he eats he feels like he can feel the food moving through his digestive system and his stomach makes alot of loud noises that we have never heard after someone has ate, and when he doesn't eat he feels like he has muscle spasms in his back and abdomen.



any ideas or input would be helpful! thanks.

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  • :( Wow! That hurts. If you would, post back with some information; age, type diet, how long's this been going on & etc. I might have an idea. Thank's.:)
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 03:17 AM
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  • Age: 20MaleDiet: mostly fast food/eat out...burgers, chicken, salads, alot of fried food. Time: between 4 months maybe 5Steady pain, from 1.5 month mark-2 months minimal pain, and has come back very steady and server. Any ideas would be amazing!! Thanks
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 03:38 AM
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  • :) Bingo! You just said it, "fast foods" There was a case here in the U.S. where a guy ate nothing "but" fast foods for one month; he became very ill. I've been through hospitals with a serious liver condition & quite by accident came across someone that showed me a way out. # 1 Stop the fast food thing & go buy some healthy supplys. # 2 While your @ it invest in about 3 oz's of turmeric. That's an agent for restoring the balance in your bodys natural ability to heal itself. Take about 1/2 tsp in a glass of juice, every day for one month & you will both see & feel so much better. Ask a qualified health professional before you begin. Hope this helps; As Always In His Service.;)
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 04:00 AM
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  • just to clarify the pains were also associated with the fast food in take?thanks for your time
    jackieo 1 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 04:08 AM
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  • :) That Was Fast! Think about it for a moment; if this guy with the fast food thing was near death, don't ya think he experieced pain? Well just give it som thought & then go and see that health care professional of yours, Thank You for posting back, Ta Ta for now.;)
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 04:17 AM
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  • Just a thought. I had extreme bowell issues and a variety of painful symptoms until I was diagonosed with Celiac. It is a disease which is an intolerance to Gluten, which is prevalent in wheat, rye, barley. Translation: try eating fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat cooked over fire (no breading) for a while. (Like a week). See what happens. The supermarkets are full of "gluten free" aisles now as well. It is worth a shot!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 04:52 AM
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  • :) :) Whew! you guys know how to keep a body busy. I think that's a spended idea. Thank You, hogndogy.
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 05:06 AM
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