• 5 months ago

    Chronic diarrhea

    Ok so here we go. Since July of this year I have vomiting & diarrhea, I have lost over 35lbs, my kidneys hurt most of the time, nauseous most of the time, dizzy spells. I have had endoscopy, colonoscopy, cat scan, x-rays, ultrasound, blood work, urine screens. All come back normal. Now I can't be around any food cooking or it makes me nauseous. I have been to the er at least 4 times because I get dehydrated. The doctors have no clue what's going on or they haven't told me anything. They say it's not gallbladder. I do have gerd & have had for about 5 years now. Someone please help after 4 months of this I don't know how much more my body can handle.


  • 1 month ago

    RE: Chronic diarrhea

    The same here. Every med they put me on does not work. I’m just at a loss of what to do next. I have also cut out gluten and dairy to no avail. Applesauce and Cherrios is getting really old. I think I’m just going to stop taking anything and everything and see what happens‼️
  • RE: Chronic diarrhea

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