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What is going on with me. Please help.

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  • Posted By: AnonymousX3
  • February 7, 2010
  • 06:21 AM

Lets start off by saying I am 20 years old. And I am a little over weight.
Never had any other medical condition. (That I know of)
I do not have insurance at this time, so I can not go see a doctor.


For awhile now, I am not really sure how long it's been, the last year or so, I notice that I get really bad stomach aches that lead to diarrhea. And I mean somedays I will be in the bathroom 10 or more times in an hour. It really gets tiring.

My stomach cramps up, and I just need to go.

It gets worse when I get dairy products I noticed. But it happens at times when I don't even have any dairy products. (Like tonight)

Some nights I will be sleeping and wake up with really bad stomach pains and just rush to the bathroom.

What could be happening?

My insurance don't kick in for 6 months. I just started a new job. So in the mean time, I am just looking around on the internet trying to figure out what is going on.

Let me know your opinions.

Thanks!

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  • Without hearing more details or possible associated symptoms, it can be many things. You can look into IBS, Crohn's disease, celiac disease.Either way, I've seen all diarrhea cured, either for good or as long as the following was taken: Intestinal formula #2 by Dr. Schulze. It eliminates the symptoms and helps heal the colon, which would eliminate the cause as well. The only side effect I know of, if taken without water or too much, is constipation- which you are probably not fearing at this point.Good luck to you.:)
    Med Student 64 Replies
    • February 7, 2010
    • 06:39 AM
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  • Thank for for responding. Thats the thing, I don't have any other symptoms other than the Diarrhea, and stomach cramping which I stated. :/ I mean at times I feel really nauseated when I am having my bowel movement, but that don't last long. Without hearing more details or possible associated symptoms, it can be many things. You can look into IBS, Crohn's disease, celiac disease.Either way, I've seen all diarrhea cured, either for good or as long as the following was taken: Intestinal formula #2 by Dr. Schulze. It eliminates the symptoms and helps heal the colon, which would eliminate the cause as well. The only side effect I know of, if taken without water or too much, is constipation- which you are probably not fearing at this point.Good luck to you.:)
    AnonymousX3 1 Replies
    • February 7, 2010
    • 06:47 AM
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  • I would recommend taking Intestinal formula #2, or at least find the ingredients in it, and I'm sure it will at least control, if not cure, the issue.Good luck
    Med Student 64 Replies
    • February 7, 2010
    • 06:59 AM
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  • If you have "Dr Reckeweg" homeopathic drops (from Germany) there, get formulas R4 and R5. Also, try for seven days to eat only brown rice, cooked in water with salt, with (after cooking) a salad dressing of a little extra virgin cold pressed olive oil, brown spirit vinegar, thyme, salt, all well stirred into the rice. With that, mix in organically grown veggies, steamed or cooked in water - only from the cabbage family, pumpkins, spinach, peas, beans, and beetroot. Nothing strong tasting. Never microwave anything and never heat the oil, as in frying. Drink only water, quite a lot, with a spot of still red grape juice if needed. You will see all that is eliminated this way. Supplement only with slow release vitamin C. If the problem stops, you will have learnt something. Then slowly add deep sea fish, potatoes, tomatoes, grains etc, trying to identify the culprit.
    Curly Stooge 319 Replies
    • February 7, 2010
    • 10:06 PM
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  • I'm so sorry for all your discomfort. The same happened to both my step dad and my cousin, and it turns out they had an intolerance to gluten which unfortunately is in almost EVERYTHING processed unless it is specifically labeled gluten free. If I were you I would try to cut out just dairy, and then if that doesn't help trying cutting out gluten and see how you feel. Here is good website that breaks down the foods that do and don't have gluten, but I'm sure there are plenty more. http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2009/04/gluten-free-cheat-sheet-how-to-go-g.htmlGood luck to you! Lets start off by saying I am 20 years old. And I am a little over weight. Never had any other medical condition. (That I know of)I do not have insurance at this time, so I can not go see a doctor.For awhile now, I am not really sure how long it's been, the last year or so, I notice that I get really bad stomach aches that lead to diarrhea. And I mean somedays I will be in the bathroom 10 or more times in an hour. It really gets tiring. My stomach cramps up, and I just need to go.It gets worse when I get dairy products I noticed. But it happens at times when I don't even have any dairy products. (Like tonight)Some nights I will be sleeping and wake up with really bad stomach pains and just rush to the bathroom. What could be happening? My insurance don't kick in for 6 months. I just started a new job. So in the mean time, I am just looking around on the internet trying to figure out what is going on.Let me know your opinions.Thanks!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 8, 2010
    • 02:23 AM
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  • I have the SAME problems! If dairy products are one of the things that triggers this, I would seriously reccomend getting some Lactaid. It's something you chew just before you eat, sort of like a tums- but it helps with Lactose intolerance. This may ease the pain like it does with mine, but eventually when you are able to see a doctor they may be able to call it more of an IBS problem or Crohn's. I know in my case it is IBS, but before I got that diagnoses the first doctor had me try the lactaid. It REALLY does help me, not cure, but it does ease it and make the pain and going less frequent. You can get it at Walmart or any drugstore and it is relatively inexpensive! Let me know if that helped and I do hope you feel better!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 15, 2010
    • 09:04 AM
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