Desprate: High CRP - out of body experience feeling

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Hi. I've been feeling icky for the past week. It started with abdominal pain around Monday. I had a bit of nausea but didn't vomit. Loose stool, so a bit of diarrhea. And constantly felt fatigued and like something's off. When my stool wasn't loose, it was floating and light in colour. I was tested by a doctor - I'm not pregnant. My bloodwork came out good but I had a high CRP (73.4) - so inflammation. White blood cell count was good. I went for an ultrasound and everything is clear. I felt better yesterday but today it's on and off again. I had dairy for the first time in a while - related?

Background: I'm 25.I've had discomfort below my right rib cage for a while which is on and off for the past 2.5 years. I also started experiencing back pain on the muscle area right next to my spine on the right hand side from about 2 months ago and it comes and goes.

For the past week I have been feeling so icky. It's hard to describe. I'm not nauseous - it's as though my whole body is full of sour milk (head to toes). I don't feel so in control of my actions (melaise). Headaches some evenings these past few days and I get tired quickly too. I know something is still up with my body but I don't know what. Please help me narrow down the possibilities and my options. If I need to see a gut specialist or should go for an MRI/CT scan since the ultrasound didn't show anything.

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