• 29 days ago

    Diarrhea, lower left back pain, now front abdomen pain, dizziness

    So about 3 weeks ago, I took an 8.5 hour trip w/my son to OK. Since I have come back home I have not been the same. I get vertigo after long trips. Now for the past 6 days, I have had diarrhea after eating and lower left back aches. This morning I woke up to front, lower abdomen pain and it’s hard to walk. Any ideas as to what this might be would be great. No nausea Unless I DONT eat.

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  • RE: Diarrhea, lower left back pain, now front abdomen pain, dizziness

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