Sorry to hear you are having such difficulty. First, know it is a process. Push your doctors...okay, it isn't this, so what are the other possibilities? Keep pushing for blood, urine, stool tests and keep ruling things "out". Eventually, you will find what "it" is. I know it seems like with all of the info and tech available, doctors should know...but they don't. Do your own research on symptoms, talk to an assortment of family members about anything remotely similar. This will help you ask better questions when you see the doctor. Start keeping a journal of your food, bowel movements, pain level, blood, etc... Bottom-line, you know this is not normal for YOU and that is what matters most. Take care.
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