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lower right abdominal pain, vomiting.........

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  • Posted By: chris1420
  • June 29, 2008
  • 11:16 PM

hello I am a 27 year old male. 8 years ago i started having severe pain in the right lower section of abdomen, it would come and go from time to time, went to the ER nothing showed any problems. I used to have a drug problem, so therefore i would mask anything that was wrong. well 2 years ago i cleaned up my act. Thats when i really started to get the feeling something was really wrong. I now now have severe pain in the right lower section of abdomen, i vomit at least 2 days a week, fell very weak most days, constant loose stool, also now have kidney stones. I have had all tests possible to my gi tract and they tell me that there is nothing wrong. so far 3 doctors have dismissed me from their practice. my next step is shands hospital in gainsville fl. I dont know what to do any more. if anyone has any information please post back, or if you need more information thank you.

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  • Have you had a contrast X-ray exam of the colon? Do probiotics help? I mean loads of them?
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • Many people can go years with ulcerative colitis before they have it diagnosed. I have talked to people who have had it since childhood and are first diagnosed in their 30's. Hang in there and keep talking to your doctors and try to have a coloscopy every 2 years. Good luck, Kiera
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  • have had it all they say, as for probiotics, never told me to try, or actually stated to try
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  • The kidney stones themselves can be your problem. Symptoms Return to top Abdominal painAbnormal urine colorBlood in the urineChillsExcess urination at nightFeverFlank pain or back painColicky (spasm-like)May move lower in flank, pelvis, groin, genitalsOn one or both sidesProgressiveSevereGroin painNausea, vomitingPainful urinationTesticle painUrinary frequency/urgencyUrinary hesitancy
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