Stomach problem!

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Im really in desperat need of help.

Ive have been having stomach problems for a long time now.

Sorry for my bad english in advance.

This is my symptoms:

- Dark green stool

- Cramps (typical in the morning)

- "Knife stabbing pain" in some areas in my stomach

- None apetite

- Nausa

- Tired

Can you please help me?

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  • Posted

    The "knife stabbing pain" is typically in my lower left side of my stomach.

  • Posted

    Dark green stole is bile . Sounds like food is moving threw your digestive tract too fast.  Do you have diarrhea ? Try taking probiotics they help with digestion. You may also want to see a doctor 
  • Posted

    You need to see a gastroenterologist, or a liver specialist, and soon. You cannot really treat yourself without some tests. I had my gallbladder removed, and still having complications, because whatever caused my gallbladder to swell, has not been addressed, though I am now working on that. Bile is green. It can accumulate in your liver and your gallbladder. The pain is most likely gas. It can move around and I also gets "trapped." Walking helps get it moving. There are videos on how to massage your intestines, on you tube. But if your stool keeps being green, you should see a specialist. I went to my regular dr, already knowing my gall bladder needed removal. He referred me to a "general" surgeon, whom, in my mind, should have removed my gb the old fashioned way, in a hospital, because it was so enlarged and surrounded by scar tissue, she nicked my bowel, and I was at the ER early next morning in excruciating pain. Since this surgery is so common, and usually no complications, I was treated like a junkie, and for the next 5 or 6 hours, till the surgeon finally showed up, out of my head. They wouldn't even adjust my bed and my daughter, when she was able to get there, compelled them to at least give me a sedative. So, get someone who knows their job and will put you first, rather than their time and money. But do get a Dr if there is no change.

    • Posted

      No. She has her report laid out and she 'did' (finally) get there, and took me to emergency surgery. I couldn't win a lawsuit. She has ber bases covered. I do need, biwever, to follow up with the hospital admit istrator about the way I was treated till the Dr got there and they all saw they were mkstaken, that I wasn't a pain pill seeker. I had plenty I medication at home, and was told I post op Instructions under what conditions to report to ER. My mistake, I guess, was Tell I g the annual cE driver hydrocodone hadn't touched my pain. Prejudiced idiots is what the opiate epidemic is producing. They were not even 'tactful' because they had their opinion. So, I do need to address this with the administrator, rather, the owner of th hospital. I wrote a review online and she responded.

  • Posted

    Have you tried a food diary?   Does the pain move about?  What areas of your abdomen hurt?  Have you any diarrhoea or constipation? How long have you had these symptoms?  Have you seen a doctor? If not, I would recommend you see your doctor. You will get answers there.
  • Posted

    Try to reach your doctor so that he can prescribe medications.

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