In order to get an accurate answer I have to explain my full medical history.
I'm 20 years old, 5"7, 45kg ( very skinny!) I was diagnosed with crohns disease at 15 although my symptoms were more presented as ulcerative colitis. I believe I have been suffering with the crohns most of my life because I have always had the excruciating abdominal pain, and never been able to gain weight. The doctor I was seeing stated that my case was the worse he had ever seen as I had ulcerations that covered nearly my whole gastro-intestinal tract. I was put on sulfersalizine and steroids which proved to do nothing and later found out I had an extreme allergy to sulpher. I was in the hospital with a relapse nearly every month. A friend told me to smoke marijuana because it worked as a anti inflamitory and I will admit it worked. After smoking small amounts I found my visits to the
hospital have been minimized greatly and I took myself off the prescription drugs.
It has been 2 years since I last had a relapse with the crohns disease, I recently quit smoking dope because me an my partner have been trying for a baby.
On Tuesday, I woke up with a really excruciating pain on the left side of my neck, it was so bad it sent me into spasms. It slowly went away but left a nasty headache. I went to work still that morning and at around 1:30pm I started feeling dizzy, my eyes blurred and I fainted. The ambulance was called to my work and I was taken to the hospital ( the only pain I had at this stage was my headache) The paramedics performed the usual observations and noticed my blood sugar was very low and my heart was showing signs of arrhythmia. I was at the hospital for 5 hours before I decided I wanted to just go home, and the nurse had told me the doctor was still a couple of hours away. I went home and made an appointment the next day with my gp. I went to the doctor the next day, he tested my blood and performed all the usual tests that the hospital did. He then said that he thinks I may have hyperthyroidism and told me to see him
In 2 days when the results of the tests were back. That night as I was eating dinner, I had a sudden pain in my left side near my kidneys, it was so bad I had no choice but to go to emergency at the hospital. I was seen to pretty much straight away because of the amount of pain I was in (like my neck previously, it was coming in spasms) I was immediately given 2.5
of morphine but the pain wasnt going away. I had 10mg of morphine before the pain subsided. I was then feeling really itchy which I then found out was a common allergic reaction to the morphine. I was rushed off for x-rays and scans to make sure I didn't have kidney problems. My urine and blood was tested for pregnancy and urine infections which came back negative. My blood and urine was crystal clear. I was admitted over night into the hospital. The theory was now that i might of had a cyst on my ovary that had ruptured. The next day I was sent off for an ultrasound. The ultrasound was fairly clean except the doctors noted my left ovary was higher then my right ovary and a little inflamed. There was also a small amount of fluid around the ovary but I was told it was probably because my period was due in the next few days. I was sent home with a clean bill of health but I was left depressed because I don't have any answers to what was going on. I told the doctor that me and my partner have been trying for a baby for a while and I was still unable to get pregnant. The doctor referred me to get pap done and see a gynecologist and fertility doctors if I still have no luck.
I just want an answer or even a theory of what's going on. I am now thinking that I may of had another flare up of the crohns disease but it just didn't feel like the same pain.