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Hello,to start out with,I have had digestive pain and pain around my colon, for as long as I can remember. I would get blood in stool on and off,like I would notice some blood spotting on the toilet paper. And my bowel movements are extremely painful too,I cant quite explain why but..the pain starts when the bowel movement hits around my large intestine,and at the same time a pain is radiating from my lower left side. The pain is so bad,I feel like vomiting most times during,and I dread having one. And about a few weeks ago,I had a bowel movement that had dark red blood in it,looked like the toilet could have been filled with blood. Anyway since that digestive episode,I feel real faint and horribly nauseous at times. And the faintness episodes hit me in waves,like I will get weak out of nowhere,to the point I can barely stand up. Oh and I've actually dry heaved and threw up,during alot of these faintness spells. But when I eat foods that have protein in it,that's one of the only things that help me feel better. I feel nauseous 24/7,I have to force myself to eat most foods,due to the fact I never seem to have an appetite anymore,and I spike random mild fevers,and the horrible body chills..and this whole recent not feeling well episode,I strongly believe that my extremely bloody bowel movement a few weeks ago,triggered all of this...then I went to the doctor and told her my symptoms,she suspects Ulcerative Colitis as a culprit,but is sending me to a GI specialist,and most likely I was told I will have to have a colonoscopy to see what in the world is going on around my colon and intestines. Digestive problems and colon trouble run on both sides of my family,and I have several family members that have Ulcerative Colitis,and pain around their colon. I just cant wait to figure out why do I constantly feel like I have the stomach flu,every day for the past two weeks..along with bouts of weakness and faintness. Does this sound like it could be Ulcerative Colitis? Have any of you experienced the same symptoms as me,before you were diagnosed? Any advice is strongly appreciated.
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