My stomach pains are getting worse and I feel like giving up.

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I have had depression for years. You name an anxiety symptom, and I have had it. But I have had a new issue crop up that I am just so scared and unsure about. My abdominal pains are localized on my right side mostly, but sometimes I do have constipation, diarrhea, and cramping. I got a CT scan a while back and when the pains wouldn't go away, I got a ultra sound. Nothing has shown up, but the pains are still here. I am so unsure about what to do next. I am thinking MRI, but I don't know if that will help. Is anyone else dealing with this? I feel like I am losing it. I want so badly to go back to normal, but I don't believe there ever will be a normal. I want to give it all up, but I dont want to let down my family.

The life that I am living now is not much of one at all. I can't do this much longer. Someone please help.

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    it sounds like irritable bowel syndrome... please dont get yourself worked up! just make an appointment, breathe, then go from there! think positive thoughts!

    if you neef domeone to talk to, let me know!

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    have you talked to a gastroenterologist doctor? If not that would be a good step to take. . Some people are intolerant of certain foods which can develop even if you’ve never had that before., . such as lactose intolerant, etc.

    don’t give up. be determined to get to the bottom of this so that you can get some relief and feel much better. sometimes it takes switching doctors. Make an appointment with the specialist and go from there. I know it’s difficult but in the end it’ll be worth it. You deserve to feel better. We are here for you.❤

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