First, a list of my symptoms, to make things less complicated.
-Constant nausea with no vomiting, though I feel close to vomiting all the time. made worse with eating. surges when I need to go to the bathroom.
-Loss of feeling on the area of skin above my armpit, where my collarbone ends.
- Pain on both sides of my collarbone and the underside of my jawbone when I apply pressure.
-Weight loss (about 12 pounds)
-Change in bowel movements (less frequently, difficulty going, feeling like I have to go then not being able to)
-Mild headaches. When I have a headache, sound doesn't become painful for me, but just intensely frustrating. It's hard to describe.
This nausea started right after July 4th. The numbness and pain didn't start until August 11th. I went to the doctor and he sent me for bloodwork. My CO2 levels were at 13% and my bilirubins were quite high. With this, he decided I may have Gilbert's Syndrome, which I've yet to confirm. No matter what I do, nothing helps to alleviate the nausea.
I hope you can help with this. It's starting to interfere with my life and making me depressed. Thanks!!
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