My father is 53 years old, he been an active guy n been watching his diet evn since he was young. He rarely falls sick and 3months back he had stomach ache n got admitted in hospital. Doctor said it was gastric. Then he recovered. He was getting healthy n after a month he fell sick again. This time its stomachache, nausea, diarrhea n he was really tired. He was scoped twice, his blood was taken more than 5 times, urine test taken. The doctor said evrythg is fine. They diagnose him with gastric again. now slowly his diarrhea stopping n no more nausea. but he is still having stomach pain on lower abdomen. he been discharged for nearly 10days. is this really gastric? other family and friends do have gastric before but they have never encounter the symptoms before. Help needed! he consulted two doctors n the results is all clear.
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