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Please help....What do you think it could be? What should I try next? Sad to see my dad sick...

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 16, 2014
  • 01:50 AM

My father is 74 years old and when he gets very sick, very nauseous, he shakes and jerks all over when he gets in any stressful situation. Especially, when he is any bit constipated and strains to produce a bowel movement. He can be feeling so, so or ok and when he goes to the restroom if he is constipated and strains. He gets very weak, extremely nauseous, his whole body shakes uncontrollably. He cries he gets so sick. We walk him to bed and cover him up. He stays cold also. Hoping he can catch a nap to shake these feelings off and get to feeling better. We also notice these symptoms when he gets in a stressful situation. What could this be? Thanks in advance for your help!~Worried daughter

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  • I tried to reply to this before but it didnt seem to work. How often do these episodes happen? I have something similar but it only happens at night.
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  • So sorry for your situation, if possible, I would seek a skilled acupuncturist in your area. If you find one who really cares, and not just out for $$, I have seen cases like this healed within 3 sessions while I was training in China. Good luck!
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