About Me: Female, 43, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom, member since Jun 2011
I am a 38 year old female, who works as a waitress/barmaid.
[More] In a loving relationship and have two beautiful kids. Life was great until i contracted campylobacter and have been ill ever since. Been diagnosed with gerd, gastritis,ibs and heitaus hernia. Havent eaten a meal since March as food kills my tummy and i bloat like am 9 months pregnant then am sick, live on water and ice-cream yummy.
Recently ive been getting worse and have been getting constant headaches and pain in my left thigh going into my groin. It seems like an uphill struggle with the hospital. My new gp has been really good with me and has now forwarded my name on to a pain clinic as he thinks this is the way forward, that scares me that i might have to live the rest of my life in pain like this, i have been off my work for over 20 weeks now and i miss it so much. I hope my gastro specialist comes up with something soon before i loose my job.
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