I have been dealing with gastrointestinal issues for nearly a year now after having the stomach flu in November 2016.
My symptoms were often upper and lower GI- constant diarrhea, stomach pain after eating, constant acid reflux, awful nausea, headaches, vomiting. April 2017 I took a turn for the worse and was puking every morning despite medications. I had an upper endoscopy
I am a 20 year old college student living in Iowa. In November of 2016, I got sick with the stomach flu. Since then, things deteriorated gastrointestinally. In December I was still having diarrhea and constant nausea, and so my family physician prescribed 40mg Protonix (pantoprazole) once daily. This helped a lot, and I would notice a difference in the morning if I waited too long taking my ant
I’m currently in my mid-40s. Since I wa
I've had a severe constipation since age 14,was diagnosed with mega colon ,had BMS only every 4 to 5 days.
Had to get embarrassing weekly enemas from my mom till age 22.the enemas helped me a lot,but made me Dependant on them for life.
Any advice how to get off weekly enemas ?
I was diagnosed with IBS just a few months ago. Last year I had my gallbladder removed after giving birth. Since then my digestive system never felt better. Diarrhea, gas, nausea, constipation would occur regularly. Sometimes I don't even want to eat just to avoid flare ups at work. I miss out on dinner dates or family events because of this. I went vegan not too long ago that seems to help.I t
I have had upper GI problems since birth. Despite maintaining a pretty healthy diet (according to a nutritionist) all of my life, my problems increased and got worse after I turned 50. Even so, I still want to be as active as possible, and help others if I can.
A bit more history: I've struggled with IBS since age 29 (when I became pregnant); my problem is mainly sudden, urg
My name is Sharadchandra S(Age 35)...I am suffering from health related disease since Jun' 2006. My problem is that I suffered from the problem of stomach(abdominal) weakness due to which I m unable to take proper breathing due to lack of support from stomach.I suffered from tuberculosis in stomach a
I'm 42 years old and I've just been officially diagnosed with IBS after spending years cycling between constipation and diarrhea. I had to have my gall bladder removed, and when my symptoms only got worse I saw a GI. He ordered an EGD and colonoscopy, and found some diverticulosis and a mild hiatal hernia, neither of which was a good explanation for my continuing symptoms. IBS was the cause, he
Hello, I have interviewed my younger brother about his disorder, Eosinoph
My name is Josh and I am a fellow IBS-SIBO Survivor. Like a lot of people I’ve struggled with the digestive disease throughout my life. I’ve
This body is 62. I am fit, slim and active. In the past I was much the same. My mum tells me I almost died within weeks of my birth in Bristol UK. I was throwing up all the time; every feed was emptied efficiently, as a result I was starving to death. I had been read last rites in the hospital (not that I understood!). My mum was paying what she thought migh
Hi my name is leon i was diagnosed with Gp 2011 my second year in college i was 19 im now 26. Ive learned a lot over these past 7 years from going to the hospital once or twice a month to hospital to now only about once every two,three months and may know a little that can help you deal with it a little better...first and for most i give all praise to god because with out him i would have
Hello, I have been dealing with IBS-D & IBS-C since 2013 & it's getting worst. On Doctor number 6 now & she honestly is trying to help & seems to care. Had every type of test & several types of medicines. Each one has told me I need to find my own Happy Medium & trust me I'm trying. Feel like a prisoner in my own body. I can't plan any type
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