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So sick of being told there's nothing wrong with me.

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  • Posted By: Akadma
  • January 12, 2010
  • 03:34 AM

I wen't to the hospital a few hours ago, and other then the time I had a terrible misdiagnosis and almost died, it was the worst I have ever been treated.

From Monday to Saturday I had nothing but diahrrea, no matter what I ate. I was eating porage, rice cakes, rice noodles, rice, chicken (not fried) and drinking water and orange juice, and still I had diahrrea. Sunday, I woke up without diahrea, yay!!:D But.. I couldn't poop at all now, finaly by the afternoon after a good struggle I got a small clay colored poop out and noticed there was also some weird white stuff on it.

Today I had an even harder time, smaller poop, still clay colored, still white stuff. I had also been having abdominal pain, exhaustion and feeling light headed.

So I wen't to the hospital cause I didn't feel like waiting a week for a doctors appointment, they didn't seem to enthused I was there because I had some white stuff on a poo. The doctor must not have read my file or something but he was the rudest, most sarcastic and unthoughtful doctor I've ever had.

Asks me if I'm over all a healthy person, I said no not really.. then tried to explain but then then cut me off and said "Do you have HIV cancer or diabetes? No. "Then your over all healthy." He continued to be very sarcastic and snide, telling me diahrrea and sometimes be viral and there's really nothing to do to get rid of it but I'm gonna to prescribe you 2 days of anti biotics even though you don't need it.

Everytime I tried to say something he would just cut me off, I was so angry if I had pushed myself any harder to tell him what was really up I would have cried infront of him like I did in the parking lot.

So, my dilemma is that I can't poo, there's white stuff on it, and I was given medication for diahrrea. I don't really wan't to take a laxative. Theres LOT'S of other things wrong with me but it's late and I gotta work in the morning so I'm just gonna ask for some insight on this problem for now. If anyone has any idea's I'd truly appreciate it, thank you in advance. And if this helps at all, I'm 19 and I don't take any medications or drugs or drink.

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  • I wen't to the hospital a few hours ago, and other then the time I had a terrible misdiagnosis and almost died, it was the worst I have ever been treated. From Monday to Saturday I had nothing but diahrrea, no matter what I ate. I was eating porage, rice cakes, rice noodles, rice, chicken (not fried) and drinking water and orange juice, and still I had diahrrea. Sunday, I woke up without diahrea, yay!!:D But.. I couldn't poop at all now, finaly by the afternoon after a good struggle I got a small clay colored poop out and noticed there was also some weird white stuff on it. Today I had an even harder time, smaller poop, still clay colored, still white stuff. I had also been having abdominal pain, exhaustion and feeling light headed. So I wen't to the hospital cause I didn't feel like waiting a week for a doctors appointment, they didn't seem to enthused I was there because I had some white stuff on a poo. The doctor must not have read my file or something but he was the rudest, most sarcastic and unthoughtful doctor I've ever had. Asks me if I'm over all a healthy person, I said no not really.. then tried to explain but then then cut me off and said "Do you have HIV cancer or diabetes? No. "Then your over all healthy." He continued to be very sarcastic and snide, telling me diahrrea and sometimes be viral and there's really nothing to do to get rid of it but I'm gonna to prescribe you 2 days of anti biotics even though you don't need it. Everytime I tried to say something he would just cut me off, I was so angry if I had pushed myself any harder to tell him what was really up I would have cried infront of him like I did in the parking lot. So, my dilemma is that I can't poo, there's white stuff on it, and I was given medication for diahrrea. I don't really wan't to take a laxative. Theres LOT'S of other things wrong with me but it's late and I gotta work in the morning so I'm just gonna ask for some insight on this problem for now. If anyone has any idea's I'd truly appreciate it, thank you in advance. And if this helps at all, I'm 19 and I don't take any medications or drugs or drink. Hi, Sorry but im not sure what it may be but I am sure that the doctor should not of spoken to you like that at all. There is obviously a problem that is concerning you he should of spoken to you sympathatically and paitently. Did he carry out any tests? Also I would recomend you to make a doctors appointment asap to get it re checked. Also take the prescribed anti-biotics so you can tell your doctor that you did follow the advise of the hospital doctor would go in your favour. Also in the meantime maybe you should talk to a pharmasist and see what advise they could give you and if any over the counter medicine could help you. I would also seriously considor making a official complaint about the hospital doctor! Anyway hope you feel better real soon and get to the bottom of it all! xbekahx
    xbekahx 3 Replies
    • January 13, 2010
    • 07:06 PM
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  • I wonder about a parasite, possibly a tapeworm? Maybe a fecal culture would help.
    kat2009 14 Replies
    • January 14, 2010
    • 03:23 PM
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  • They make me sick.The trouble is if you dont drink or take drugs etc.the docs cant blame your codition on 'your lifestyle' its terrible in England for the docs treating you like an idiot.I agree with the advice from xbeckax and get a doc appointment.I wonder if the white stuff is cattarrh?I expect it comes from back passage if you have a flu-type bug inside.Or thrush?Hope you go on ok dear.
    maz666 19 Replies
    • January 14, 2010
    • 04:58 PM
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