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Foamy urine, deep groove in tongue, exhaustion, low blood pressure

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 25, 2013
  • 03:05 AM

Hi all,

I have a weird problem that I've been dealing with for 2 years now. A little over 2 years ago, I began having some stomach problems - stomach pain to be exact. I went to my doctor, who put me on ppi's and told me to stay off of spicy foods, alcohol, etc. I did so, but it didn't seem to help. I was given a few other meds (I can't remember their names) which didn't help either. Anyway, I went to a health food store, that sold me 2 things to improve my stomach problem:

- Zinlori (zinc carnosine)
- Apple cider vinegar

I was taking a multivitamin in addition to these 2 things. To my surprise, the stomach pain went away. However, after about 3 weeks on these supplements, I began experiencing:

- Frequent urination
- Foamy urine
- Extreme exhaustion
- Feeling like I was about to pass out (not like hypoglycemia, more low blood pressure feeling)
- A very deep, wide groove in the center of my tongue.
- Rapid heart rate at times, very slow heart rate at other times

I have been to numerous doctors since this began, and all of my internal organs seem to be functioning fine (i.e. kidneys, heart, etc.). I have had at times low diastolic blood pressure, and my serum bicarbonate level has been high at times as well. Prior to these issues, I had dealt with a low vitamin b12 level (I still don't know why this happened). However, my vitamin b12 level has been at a good level throughout all of this, so I don't think that's it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Do you have any Edema?Have you have urinary protein tested for proteinuria?
    rozellelily 21 Replies
    • October 16, 2013
    • 06:10 AM
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