Pain Shifts when changing Postures

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when i stand, its like my upper body hurts, when i sit, its my left leg, when i lay down, my left ankle/heel, when i stand, its either my stomach hurts, or upperback/shoulders. all started with chronic constipation and i do not know if the nose inflammation is related.

All started this year, oral staph infection and stomach starts to feel real heavy below the belly button. Pulling below the belly button, like a line.

In June, it was very hot and I felt my stomach pulling/heavy, like a hard lump in my belly.

2-3 weeks ago, the pulling moved to my upper back , AFTER diarrhea and brown mucus every day. Stomach making insane noises. Went to ER, says moderate stool in colon from x-ray and low potassium.

Did I pull a bunch of muscles sitting on the stool for too long during diarrhea and low potassium, holding the phone with my left arm for too long?

One doctor says its herpes, because it's mostly on my left side hurting...?

Got diagnosted with oral/nasal staph and h pylori.

Maybe h pylori triggered staph-candida-sibo-herpes all doom attack???

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  • Posted

    Has anyone ruled out diverticulitis. It can manifest in many different ways. I knew a client they treated for sciatica, then knee problems. Turns out she had a severe case of diverticulitis the proper bowel procedure readily showed. Good luck !

    • Posted

      No one has ruled out anything yet, GIs only wants colonoscopy and other doctors don't really know. I am not doing the colonoscopy now since I cannot empty my bowels, it seems to hurt very badly right under the belly button area when it attempts to empty.

      Can I do a ct abdominal scan instead?

      How did your client found out she had a diverticulitis? Yes, I do suspect intestinal inflammation.

    • Posted

      Colonoscopy would be best bet. CT might show pockets of stool lodged in diverticula. Remember, pain is only a symptom, and left undiagnosed could result in a very bad outcome. GI staff should be apprised of your poor evacuation history. I can assure you, they will get you cleaned out. Whatever you decide you should act-don't speculate . I hope you have a good FP that is working with you. Hang in there!!

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