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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 26, 2008
  • 05:35 PM

Im 20 years old, and have had a ridiculous amount of illnesses including liver failure, kindey failure, near heart failure, appendicitus, followed by a second appendix also which has been removed, meningitus, high blood pressure, muscle mass eaten away by toxins.

I now have had stomach pain for 6 months, have had a laparoscopy, numerous ultrasounds and xrays but nothign can be found. My stomach has now swollen up so much that I look like I am about seven months pregnant.
The pain in stabbing down my right side and seems like it should be appendicitus again but I dont have one left...

Anyone have idea what it could be? Ive been to 13 specialists already!

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  • Do you mean you had two appendixes? If so, you need to see a geneticist right away!
    aquila 1,263 Replies Flag this Response
  • Maybe it sounds silly, but could you get better by drinking regularly yoghurt or other probiotic supplement? All my intestine problems disappeared when I started this regimen.Best of luck!
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • I have lyme too and before having my pain and numness ans co, i was having digestive problem and was asking for when was my baby at least 3 times a week...I think it has to be considered, and sure probiotics can help, but doesn't say the cause of all this.Fannie
    Fannou 111 Replies Flag this Response
  • Have you had a colonscopy and a gastrscopy done? Could be colitis causing your problems...
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
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