My dad is 42 years old and has been going through this same problem for over 3 years but the symptoms have definately worsen. He expierences lower abdominal pain almost constantly. He has a very big difficulty eating, he feels it becomes stuck somewhere in his stomach. He has constant gagging and now has wet his bed about twice which is new. At 4:30 a.m. on october fourth he began to not be able to breath, he got up and just could not catch his breath. He also has nausea, but all that happens is he spits up white almost flem-like substance. His docter thought it had something to do with his gallbladder and had it removed about two years ago, but that did not help because the symptoms continued. Now, he has gone to see so many docters, but every single one insists that there is nothing wrong. There obviously is and we need help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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