hi im a 26 yr old male - type of diarrhea its more yellowish green and has tiny little yellow lintand its flat , massvie nausea ,havent vomitted yet ,trouble eating a whole meal, every morning before work i feel sick (nausea), and for the last week mid afternoon to early evening i feel nausous so i eat and then i feel immediately sick. fatigued if i dont move for awhile its takes all my effort to make myself get up i think i have stress problem which cause pains on the left side of my body lets say..lower abdomen but my flank all the way up to my armpit and i guess spasms on my left pectorial then left tricepish to(if your looking at the palm of your hand the part that doesnt really tans near elbow) and ahhh i smoke marijuana occasionally i understand its not good thx
left side pain,,sickness and diahrea,,,could be colitis,,,do you drink alot os alcohol?..or alcohol at all?
maby check into the pancreas,,this manafests itself alot on the left side,causeing pain sickness and diahrea.
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