Feeling sick/ not knowing why it happens so suddenly

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I don’t know if it’s just me.. but it can be any time of the day, I can be fine.. feeling normal etc and the next minute I start feeling sick and needing the toilet straight away this also leads to sharp pains/ cramps in my stomach? I’d say the passed year has gotten worse, feeling fine one minute and been sick the next. It also seems to be when I eat certain foods meaning wheat or too much greasy/ fatty foods?.. I’ve had blood test done for celiac disease/ as it runs in the family but everything was said to be fine and normal, I had these tests done just over a year ago.. any suggestions

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    Did your doctors check gallbladder. I was the same. As for what you describe sounds of gb disease. Do you have extreme nausea.
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      Nope not for gallbladder as far as I know, sometimes I feel sick to the point where i get the pad pains, then sometimes I can be sick 2/3 times and I’ll be fine the next day etc but sometimes it just makes me feel ill and tired.. 
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    Don't let this bring you down. You must be strong for yourself. Relax you will be ok. I've been threw it and I won't stop fighting for my health. Hang in there.

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    Go back to your Dr or find a new one. You need tests done for numerous disorders, eg, H Pylori, ulcers, gut problems, kidney infections, etc, etc, etc. The Dr should be referring you to a specialist and remember there's an awful lot of stuff that ordinary blood tests won't show. Main thing is to get this sorted and don't worry, they'll get to the bottom of it.

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