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SEVERE!!!!! abdominal pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 6, 2008
  • 06:00 AM

For the past year, I have been suffering with severe abdomen pain. I have mentioned it to a doctor on several occasions, they have told me "oh it's IBS, or Heart Burn, or Acid Reflux" none of those diagnoses got rid of this pain, and I mean none. And if this is what IBS feels like, you guys have my prayers cause it hurts like a mother. There are night when I am curled up in a ball on my bed, crying from pain. It hurts that bad...usually the pain strikes all areas at once, like the episode I had tonight, the upper region, around my stomach, swelled, and then from that point down, all the way around my back, my kidneys everything, was just struck with the most outrageous pain. Sitting makes it worse, so I stand, and pace, the episodes last anywhere from five minutes, to hours. And yes, I know, people deal with pain all the time, but it's been a year....and no one is willing to help me, and it's hard to deal with....

I can't find anything that matters all my symptoms honestly....

The SEVERE pain, all over my abdomin.
Or sometimes just the left side, right in the middle.
Bloating after eating, to the point, that my stomach almost hardens.
Kidney infections, more often than not.
Intestinal problems.
I DON"T have diarrehia often or constipation.
I pee alot though
I get headaches on a daily basis
I haven't lost weight with it, nor have I gained much.
My stomach itches though, from the inside almost....it's odd.
no fever
nausea of course, no womiting though
lightheaded after usually the pain goes away.

help if you can.

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