Does this sound like Ulcertive colitis?? Need help`
for a about 6 years now , Every morning i wake up and vomit 3-4 mucus or bright yellow, then i poop atleast 3-5 times in the morning its not much and its bright yellow mucus, most of the time and very little fecies and its very uncomforatable, crampy and it burns and my anus spasms . My stomach is usually in a lot of pain or nausiated. When i eat i get quesy if i take to long to eat i get quesy. I had my gal bladder removed about a year ago because the doctors thought that was the problem.I'll will have a good week where i have bowl movements as regular as they can be and then for the rest of the month i find my self running for the bathroom so i dont have an accident.When i have bowl movments it actuallly makes me cry and sweat. When my anxiety is really high or Im overly stressed about somthing i find my stomach cramping more and find my self making more trips to the bathroom if anybody out there has any advice for me I just wanna have a vague idea of whats wrong with me i dont have insurance or a job right and this is as good as it gets for me right now thanks
I have no idea what could be causing this, perhaps a leak somewhere in your gi tract.however. ad difficult as it is, go to the local community based hospital in your city and by law they have to treat you.then do yourself a favor and talk with the financial office, explain your current situation, and chances are they will write it off.if not, pay them 5 dollars for the rest if your life and they can't touch you because you are attempting to pay.better to get it checked out now before it could possibly get any worse!you have to take care of you, if you.have your health, you have wealth! Feel better soon!
my first thoughts are of your diet. What are you eating? Fatty, greasy processed foods? Drinking a lot of other things other than water? Incorporate lots of fresh fruits and veggies into your diet with plenty of H20. Baking soda and apple cider vinegar help neutralize the acid levels in your stomach. Won't be a bad thing to incorporate into your diet as well. I hope you feel better soon!! *hugs*
I was diagnosed with colitis almost 3 years ago. My symptoms just started out of nowhere really.
It started with horrible stomach pains. It felt like someone punched me in the stomach, they were so bad most days I couldn't move because they would get worse. I couldn't eat because I would vomit and I got dehydrated from constantly running to the bathroom every 5 minutes or right after I would eat (if I could) The biggest sign is if you pass blood in your stool. If that happens you need to go to the emergency ASAP. Mine got so bad I almost died and needed 3 surgeries. Symptoms vary from person to person and I'm not a doctor but I strongly recommend you go to a doctor or hospital before anything gets worse. I know this from experience.
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