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I am sick and tired of feeling sick and tired...

By Anonymous September 15, 2011 - 1:40am
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Hello, My name is Becky and I am 32 years old. I dont go to the Doctors Office on a regular bases. For the last month or two my symptoms have been doubling. First off, I'm NOT prego. Its breast pain and tenderness, nipple pain, all over aches, bloating for my abdoman with pain, lots of gas pain, feeling of fullness continuously, cramps, changes in stool color to very light green ( it almost looks like powder in the toilet ) sometimes my stool is very small and narrow, it goes from diarrhea to constipation, I never feel like I emptyed completely, rarely I'll have a rectal bleed, my rectum bulges outward-very tight and I have gained rapidly. I give myself enema's every other day, just to feel some what normal. please, help me......

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Hi Anon,

It sounds like under these circumstances you should go see your doctor. We cannot diagnose you, since we are not doctors. But based on some of your symptoms you definitely sound like you have a digestive condition which may be Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Please read through symptoms, causes, and treatment on our IBS page for more information: https://www.empowher.com/condition/irritable-bowel-syndrome/symptoms

I hope this helps, you can definitely try changing your diet (this can also be found on out IBS page) and if your symptoms improve then there's a good chance that you may have IBS.

Keep us posted,


September 15, 2011 - 8:04am
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