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  • Posted By: whatcoulditbe
  • April 16, 2011
  • 06:20 PM

Over a year ago my stomach felt slightly queazy. A couple of months later I had horrible uncontrollable watery diarrhea(with lots of blood) for almost 2 months before I began taking antibiotics. I was going about 10 times a day. My stomach was in constant pain. Did Cat scan and blood tests and stool tests, all fine. Went to doctor to get antibiotics. Antibiotics worked. But a few months later stomach started acting up again. Not as bad as the first time but I had diarrhea and it also was not going away on its own. I took antibiotics again and the problem went away. Now I have the same problem again. I dont like the idea of taking antibiotics again. What could I have?? About 15 years ago I had a lot of blood in my urine. It lasted for about a month. The doctor said it was probably an infection. But I never found out the reason for the blood in my urine. Could this be connected to my current problem?
Also about 15 years ago I was having a problem with migratory swollen joints. I always thought I probably just injured myself because I was very active at the time. My wrists would get slightly swollen as well as my knees and other parts of my body. But I simply stopped all hard exercise especially running, and I have not had a problem with swollen joints since. However, after playing raquetball about a month ago I againg have this same joint problem except that it does not effect my knees. It has effected my feet, hips, and my right elbow and wrist. When one swelling begins to go away another one seems to begin. Its very painful and when its on feet I can not walk much at all.
I appreciate any help.

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