I hardly drink any liquid so I imagine that I am dehydrated. However, I am never thirsty and I urinate more than any of my friends and family. I am nauseous nearly constantly, I don't sweat, I get dizzy, I have trouble remembering things and concentrating, and I get head rushes. I have an aching kidney pain that comes and goes with a history of one kidney stone. I also get urinary tract infections often.
I was told a long time ago I had irritable bowel syndrome but I went to the head of gastroenterology and he said I don't even have the symptoms. I don't have diarrhea and I am not constipated, however, I do have pellet stool.
I don't know what is causing my problems but I also have "possible" adhesions on my ovaries from a ruptured cyst. I have pain around the area of my gall bladder and I was recently diagnosed with anemia and malnutrition. I have no idea if any of this links but I am really sick of not feeling well. Any ideas will be appreciated.
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