I've been having problems with back pain, stomach pain, dizziness, and naseau. It's been going on for about 2-3 weeks now and it's getting worse. The doctors around my area are pretty useless when it comes to stuff like this. The last time I went to the hospital at 2:00 a.m. I had severe stomach pain. Their first guess was a tubular pregnancy, then they said it was just stress. I'm a very stress free person, but now every time I said up or move to fast I get dizzy. I've been feeling naseaus and have had severe stomach pain. I've also been having to urinate every 30 mins. I know it's not a bladder infection or UTI. I would greatly appreciate some answers, if anyone has experienced this before. It's not acid reflux, I've already been tested for that.
past one week i have been experiening the similar prob like urs and before i got this prob i had UTI prob. so did u get ur prob solved because it is more than 7 months? please shed some idea if u got anything?
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