About Me: Female, 37, Garland, TX, member since Oct 2012
I am a 34 year old female and am tired of experiencing going to doctor after doctor only to have them charge me to do nothing more than tell me to stick out my tongue and say ah and then tell me nothing is wrong. I had a doctor in 2010 that kept insisting there was noth
[More]ing wrong with me and that I just needed to do stretches to assist with the back pain. And they had no idea about the feeling of bloating and fullness all the time. After about 7 years and doing my own research, I had to suggest a possible problem to the doctor! Turns out I had severe gall stones. After surgery to remove them the surgeon was surprised that I hadn't, at the very least, started throwing up, if not had it rupture. He said it was in bad shape. None of the doctors over that 6 or 7 years had ever suggested the possibility of gall stones. I am hoping to get more help and information on this forum for my medical issues.
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