I first went to the doctor after having severe diarrhea and stomach pain. The doctor said I had a gastrointestinal infection from the water. After five days of antibodies I was getting worse. I went and saw another doctor and was now starting to have yellow skin and urinating different color. Almost a bluish type color. The doctor said that I had hepatitis. I took a exam for Hep B and it came out negative. And I had been vaccinated for Hep A in the past ten years. I started a diet of no meats or dairy products. And a lot of rest. After a month of this, I still have stomach pains. The yellow skin has gone away. I did a ultrasound on the liver and gall bladder and it looks fine. I did a blood test on the liver and it came out fine also. I know have constant red eye. The doctor says they want to now do a scope in my intestines.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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