So... Roughly six weeks ago, I began suffering from severe, constant stomach pain and nausea; a doctor at the hospital emergency room (a friend dragged me there, heh) diagnosed acute gastroenteritis, gave me some antinauseants and sent me home. They worked wonderfully, and I was fine until the prescription ran out, about a week later... Ever since then, though, I've been unable to eat anything. Even so much as a single bite of dry toast results in hours of pain and uncontrollable vomiting, and as long as I don't eat, I'm alright, if kind of weak from the lack of food by this point. I did try returning to a different doctor, but she decided that I was lying (I have terrible teeth thanks to botched childhood braces, and she thought that it resembled meth-mouth) and refused to treat me or even run any tests...
Does anybody have any ideas?
I'm twenty-two and female, if it makes any difference.
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