I had severe pain in my stomach and was swollen so much that I look like I was 9 months pregnant. Also I had a fever, diarrhea, very uncomfortable and stomach would gurle constantly and also very sore. I would also bleed sometimes just from walking down the stairs.
I did see my general doctor, also my GYN and I am going to a G.I. today, so far no one can tell me what the problem is. I feel like something is broken inside me.
It has been over a month now, my pain is not as bad even though I have it everyday. I am really uncomfortable and I still look like I am pregnant. The gurling also stop, the diarrhea just stop less then a week ago.
This probably sounds like I am getting better, but I don't feel like it, I know something is wrong and I would like to find out what it is.
i have a similar problem of stomach pain and swelling so much so anyone would think im having a baby and im a man, the pain is constant and i was given lansoprazole by my g.p though it has not helped , can you help.
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