I suddenly started throwing up and having diahreah about 3 weeks ago i think. I can't tell how long 2-4 weeks I feel in a daze. I am tired and weak all the time. I go outside or to the store and everything looks blurry. I started having pain in my ribs and in my chest. Pain and discomfort in one place than somewhere eles. It feels like something trying to crawl right out of me. I feel pins and needles in my head and have the same strange feeling in my head as in my chest. My lungs feel like there is liquid in them. I feel like I could burp constantly. I still get diahreah half the time when I eat but no throwing up anymore. I feel worse everyday. I already have digestion problems. I have gerd and I had my gallblader. I never felt this sick all the time. the gerd doesn't even bother me too much I don't think. For several days I sat there feeling like I am drugged or on a lot of medication which I am not. I went to the hospital and they told me I am having an asthma attack. I have asthma and no I was not having an asthma attack. I was only slightly wheezing. I asked the doctor about everything else and he told me he doesn't know. I have not gotten better. My friend told me yesterday that he read in the newspaper that this Bolthouse carrot juice I had bought and had drank a couple days before I started getting sick was recalled because people had gotten botulism from it. I had drank 2 big bottles of it and had carried it all the way from the store in the 90 something degree whether. It was not refridgerated when I drank it. I went back to the hospital to see if it could have made me sick and the doctor told me no I would not be sick 3 weeks later. They refused to check if I had botulism and told me I must have the flu. they put a catheter in me for no reason I can think of and gave me an iv and sent me home. And gave me a prescription for anaprox. So now I have no idea why I feel so sick. I was so tired and sick and tired of being sick I can not sleep or hardly explain anything to the doctor. I thought I made all of this perfectly clear several times. And they will reply with something like "Oh so you have asthma?" When I never mentioned anything about asthma bothering me. The person at the front desk told me she can't understand me when I talk. I can barely talk but I know she can make out what I am saying whether it is hard for her to understand or not. And the nurse got mad because he tried to put an iv in me and said I have no veins. I have no insurance no primary care doctor. I can only go to the emergency room. Nothing they do makes me feel better. I didn't want to be at the emergency room. My room mate made me go there because he sees me so sick. I don't know what to do. Now this causing me to feel much worse because of the stress on top of it.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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