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Bio, history and symptoms:
30 year old female - weight: 46 kg - height: 163 cm
Suffered from constipation for 8 months but then my stool got too soft for months. Now sometimes I get dirreha.
Sometimes I feel pain around my belly button but not very often
Sometimes when I see food (specially if I go out to eat with my friends or when I'm at a party) I feel nauseous and sweat like I can't breath and I would get out of that place. I also may feel like that when I'm at a stressful situation like a meeting or a job interview.
Everything started about over a year ago, I traveled to another country for 7 months, got homesick, lost some weights in a few months (5 kg), went through a sad breakup, suffered from depression for months, even had suicidal thoughts a few times but now I feel alright and happy like finally I moved on. I don't think about the past anymore and even if I sometimes do, I don't feel sad about it. But my physical condition is not alright. I can't go to work, to parties, traveling ... this is stopping me from living a normal life. I quit any job I got after a few days because I felt nauseous, dizzy, bad headaches, or had stomachache as I started going to work. I have been unemployed for a long time. I used to be such an energetic woman, working over 8 hours a day, I traveled a lot, been on long trips without any serious problems. Despite the fact that I always suffered from motion sickness (since my childhood).
I have seen different doctors and I think they can't diagnose my problem properly. One of them said it's IBS and told me to take care of my diet. The other said I got mental obsessions and I'm not sick so I should see a psychiatrist! But none of these helped me so far. They ran some tests: blood test & sonogram. The sono showed my liver, kidneys, stomach were good. Blood showed lack of ferritin. Mine is 10.
Lymphocytes is 45 indicated as High but the doctor said it's not important.
I resist taking any anti depressants pills. I'm totally against them.
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