Hi! This is partly my story, but really my son's story. See my 2 year old has gastroparesis, a redundant colon, reflux and a dairy intolerance. Gosh, i feel like a GI specialist now!
I don't know where to start and I really don't know how to keep it to 500 words.
It's been a long journey the past two years. We have been to every urgent care and ER in the city. I don'
I could really use some support. I am a 54 yr old mother, grandma & wife. I was diagnosed with IBS (but not treated with meds) about 30 years ago & fibromyalgia about 14 years ago. About 5-1/2 years ago I suddenly got really sick to my stomach and, with no warning. I was fine when I woke up, then suddenly started throwing up uncontrollably, noisily (which I'd nev
I am not sure this qualifies for this site but here goes. I am writing on behalf of my young adult daughter. She has NF1 (Neurofibromatosis Type 1), and Plexiform Neurofibromas were recently discovered in 2 sections of her small intestines. They have invaded her intestinal walls. This has affected function and has resulted in malabsorption and iron deficient anemia. We have a Hematologist, Neur
Hello, I am an 18 year old female who has been experiencing gastrointestinal disorder like sysmptoms for almost a year now, and am still on my journey to finding both answers and solutions.
Throughout the beginning of 2016, I experienced waves of overwhelming nausea, a dull achy pain in the pit of my stomach and an extreme dislike for food once or twice a month, lasting usually fo
I am 13 years old and i have been dealing with severe, chronic constipation my entire life. My constipation was pretty bad when I was younger, considering I was young and didn't really know what was going on with me. By the time I was 10 or 11 years old, my constipation seemed to being gettting better, or at least I thought. In March of 2016, my 7th grade year, I started experiencing nausea. It
Hi everyone, my name is Jorge and I currently live in north Georgia. About a week ago during one of my frustrations, I stumbled upon this website. And I am just astonished at the story's and even though I know that GI problems are very occurrent in a lot of people's lives, reading these story's I can see very vivid images of what al of you are going through. The reason that I ended up here is b
God bless you for this site.Sharing with ppl who UNDERSTAND helps! @62, I was dx with very invasive breast cancer.Since I had such fierce cancer, I was given LOTS of VERY strong chemo. One is KNOWN to ruin heart function.But the one that brought me here was one made of bark of a literally poisonous tree.THAT one, poisonous in toto, caused the oncologists to give out Imodium like M&Ms in the
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