For one year, I have had chronic, debilitating GI symptoms. I have had diarrhea every morning that has a foul, almost amonia-like odor. My blood pressure has dropped to an average of 100/70,with a likelihood of 90/50 and I have chronic pain in one location of my abdomen. It is the left, middle area, and it is a stabbing, grabbing pain. I have high pitched bowel tones, but never a hard stool that indicates constipation. Sometimes whole peices of lettuce and other foods are in my stool. Sometimes, small amounts of blood. Sometimes I feel I have to go to the bathroom, but can't, and I think it might be because of the intraabdominal pain. Several docs have said it is IBS, although the symptoms change and each one hears different symptoms. None, however, seem concerned or give any advice about IBS. I honestly think something else is going on. Any clues?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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