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Question: stomache problems

 sxy_thing - Mon Dec 19, 2005 8:53 am

For a year now ive had stomache problems with getting sick after each meal but now its not as bad anymore. For this problem ive seen 6 doctors and gone to 2 hospitals. ive even had my blood tested and xrays and nobody could get it right on what i had. on top of this i also had severe back pain threw my whole back like labor pains. i don't get sick as often as i used to but now this is the second time i have woken up in the morning with stomache pains so severe i can hardly move and its below my belly button on the left. its in the area of when you get the craving your hungry. and honestly i don't want to waste anymore money seeing another doctor who cant see what i have. im only 17 yrs old....
 FlippinFRACK - Tue Dec 20, 2005 12:58 am

DO you have any abnormalities with your stools? blood mucus constipation or diahrea...
 sxy_thing - Tue Dec 20, 2005 7:39 am

no its just severe pain. and i get sick often after eating. i only get the pain in my stomache in the morning and it hurts to move.


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