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  • Posted By: good2great
  • March 2, 2008
  • 04:27 PM

I have had years of testing and no diagnosis. I am starting to feel a little crazy. Here are the symptoms:
Upper Right Abdominal Pain that has now moved to the Left side. When the abdominal pain begins, I also have chest pain, which is sharp but not unbearable. THEN I get a yeast infection and hemeroids. It all happens at the same time. I have had so many tests and I am so tired. When the symptoms start I am completely zapped of energy. In November I was in bed for 2 weeks. The doctors have no ideas.
Has anyone had any of these same symptoms? I need some help.

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  • I wish I could tell you what is wrong with you. It took years to get the diagnosis for abdominal pain I had in the past. Keep sticking to finding out what is wrong with you! Don't give up. Change doctors if you need to. I hope you find out what is wrong with you soon.
    nikilotta7 43 Replies Flag this Response
  • I have similar symptoms. Two thoughts-- diabetes. Very rare-- hereditary angioedema.
    aquila 1263 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hello, How is your gallbladder...Also pain moving could be what is called reflective pain...Is the pain about the size of a fist, right under rib cage....if so gallbladder...get more fiber in your diet...buy a box of fiber in the cereal isle and sprinkle about a tablespoon on EVERYTHING you eat...If not that.....WHAT exposures have you had hours to 3 days before onset of pain...Your lungs are located in that area and if exposure is happening...that would cause the pain as well as the yeast infection...as for the hemmeroids, you probably had them and this aggrivates them...If you want to know more on exposure, go to my web site...GOD BLESS!! Maryhttp://www.help4you.iwarp.com
    still alive 20 Replies Flag this Response
  • I do think you need to look seriously at diabetes.... Here is the symptoms info from Wrong Diagnosis.... Introduction: DiabetesDiabetes is a failure or reduction in the body's ability to handle sugar. It is a common disease with around 4% (or 8 million) Americans having diabetes. The single greatest problem with diabetes diagnosis is the failure to diagnose it, and the estimates of those who have the disease but are currently undiagnosed add another 4% or 8 million Americans. So only about half the people who currently have diabetes are diagnosed. Most people have Type 2 diabetes or "adult diabetes" rather than the insulin-requiring Type 1 diabetes which afflicts the young. This number does not even include those who currently have impaired glucose tolerance which is a milder precursor to Type 2 diabetes. There are also various rare secondary types of diabetes caused by an underlying condition such as hemochromatosis, PCOS, or other conditions or medications. List of symptoms of Diabetes:The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Diabetes includes the 64 symptoms listed below: No early symptoms - many people have Type 2 diabetes without knowing itEarly mild symptoms - from moderate blood sugars (which are still dangerous and lead to serious complications):AbscessSkin rashesSkin infectionsAthlete's footPoor skin healingUrinary tract infectionsCandidaThrushDry itchy skinFlaky skinSkin ulcersSkin boilsPeripheral neuropathyParesthesiasFoot tinglingFoot numbnessHand tinglingHand numbnessBlurred visionSexual problemsErectile failureUnusual vaginal drynessPremature menopauseAbsent periodsPoor healing - any type of difficulty healing of minor infections, injury or after surgery.Weight lossWeight gainDrowsinessMalaiseLater more extreme symptoms when blood sugars get higher:Excessive thirstExcessive urinationDehydrationBed wetting - in childrenExcessive hungerTirednessWeight lossSevere blurred visionMuscle crampsMuscle achesHeadachesIrritabilityTirednessFatigueMuscle weaknessAcne - often worsens from diabetes and improves once sugars controlledSexual problemsErectile failureUnusual vaginal drynessAbsent menstrual periodsPersistent fungal skin infectionsAthlete's footTineaThrush (Candida)Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic Syndrome (HHNS) - a very severe life-threatening complication of high blood sugarsDiabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) - a very severe life-threatening complication of high blood sugars, requiring emergency treatment, which has very severe symptoms:NauseaVomitingSweet-smelling fruity acetone breathBreathing difficultyRapid PulseAbdominal pain - usually in children I have had years of testing and no diagnosis. I am starting to feel a little crazy. Here are the symptoms:Upper Right Abdominal Pain that has now moved to the Left side. When the abdominal pain begins, I also have chest pain, which is sharp but not unbearable. THEN I get a yeast infection and hemeroids. It all happens at the same time. I have had so many tests and I am so tired. When the symptoms start I am completely zapped of energy. In November I was in bed for 2 weeks. The doctors have no ideas.Has anyone had any of these same symptoms? I need some help.
    TaylorDeelwithit 382 Replies Flag this Response
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