Okay long story short as possibe, about a year ago my dad almost died, no explanation just suddenly got very sick. After several trips to the doctors with no answers he went from 200lbs healthy active man to 140 lbs very weak frail man. Turns out his gall bladder was enlarged to the size of a fist with gangarine. Emergency surgery saved him. He slowly got about 15 lbs back on him, a little more strength, but still for the most part very inactive. Doctors still saying "no idea" He developed a lump a few months ago on his shoulder, doctors said he pulled a muscle, now they say "it may be cancer" He has lost 11 lbs since Christmas back down to about 140, in total pain, no strength and absolutely no quality of life. They did a biopsy, results say negative for cancer. He hasn't really eaten in 2 years now, says every thing taste disgusting, can't swollow, fatigue, very very weak and in pain. He was always a very active healthy man that never had much more then an infrequent cold, he is only in his 60's, has been tested, scanned and exrayed more than the average 10 persons would be in a lifetime, just in the past year but everything is negative. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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