Abdominal problem since past 17 yrs

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I am 34 yrs old male, married. i am from India. I am working as a software programmer.

- my stomach is bloating, some time feel constipation problem and some mucus type lubricant come after passing the stool since past 17 yrs.

- I have also obsessive compulsive O.C.D and stress issue since past 17 yrs. i took treatment for O.C.D for 6 years. but could not get the full relief.

- Hair fall problem since past 12 yrs.

- Sometimes i need to fresh 2 times at morning.

- i am feeling lower back pain from past 5 years. doctor advised some vitamin d medicine but could not relief.

- I am feel tiredness, lack of concentration.

- my body is not build up in my entire life.

I am not doing physical exercise. but i walks daily 1 kilometer.

now I have gone under abdomen ultrasound and blood test.

Ultrasound shows there is no any problem.

my blood test are normal.

Blood Test Details:

HB: 11.1%

Platelet Count: 1.37 Lakh/cmm

Blood Sugar Random: 95 mg/dl

Blood Urea: 35 mg/dl

S. Creatinine: 1.0 mg/dl

S. Bilirubin (Total): 0.8 mg/dl

S. Bilirubin (Direct): 0.3 mg/dl

S. Bilirubin (Indirect): 0.5 mg/dl

S.G.O.T: 27 IU/L

S.G.P.T: 36 IU/L

Doctor advised me to take pepsin based syrup and Lactosym Capsule for 15 days but could not get good relief. doctor advised me for CT-Scan Abdomen.

How i identified the root cause of my issues.

What kind of issues CT Scan can show which Ultrasound can not show.

Please help me to get rid these issues and start a new life.

Thanks a lot.

- kumar.

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  • Posted

    I do not take any tea/ coffee/ alcohol/ smoking in my life.


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  • Posted

    Hi kumar12583

    Ask your doc to check your Vitamin B12 levels and your Thyroid....

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  • Posted

    Also kumar have your Vir D checked also..low Vit D can cause gastric problems......
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    I had these issues since my teenage years i am now 39 and ive always been diagnosed with ibs ive had cameras scans etc and they never detected the real problem.. i was rushed to hospital 1 year ago with suspected appendicitis... it turned out my bowel had perforated... this was due to diverticulitis NOT ibs it was never ibs they just never picked it up... so personally i would suggest to your doctor that it might be worth checkimg for diverticulitis... i hope you get some amswers soon smile
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      Hi , i was diagnosed with ibs in my early 20's but they got it wrong as it turned out i had diverticulitis which is a bowel condition that causes bloating .. pain .. loose stools and mucus in stools.. i found food affected it very much .. oily food ...processed food and corn and nuts .. mashed potato too would leave me with a poorly tummy within half an hour of eating .. and it made me depressed and anxious .. i have been told to be on a high fibre and high fluid diet .. i had most of my bowel removed due to the diverticulitis getting infected ... have you had a camera investigation?

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      Yes .. it is a 'disease' that grows pockets of tissue on the bowel walls.. these can swell and cause perforation of the bowel .. they swell when they get infected... not enough research has been done still so not sure how it develops

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