I have done these test
Blood test : in which all were clear espically ESR and WBC were in Range
Stool Test: There is no Ova/ Parasities / Blood / Mucus.
I have done complete abdominal Ultrasound , which was clear
Liver profile test; Which was clear
Thyroid test: Which was clear
Blood Culture : which showed no infection found
CT scan of right side for stones and it was also cleared.
I am currently taking duspatalin Retard.
and no i am not suffering from emotional stress or anxiety issue , the only issue is my condition which is for 3.5 months i am not getting well and all this is worrying me.
Thanks for the detailed reply. There are two things.
1) I also have pain in right ribs both in the front and at the back. The pain is also at the lower back where the kidney area or should i say muscle at the back and same on the front side area. The pain is dull type.I have already done Kidney test like CT scan and abdominal Ultrasound so its all fine. The pain is not constant in the ribs or back area. It sometimes a pointed pain or sometimes its just a pain but its on the right side. What that might be. Is it becuase of the weakness or the GAS i have.
2) Is this IBS or some what Crohn's disease.
Thank Dr. Robert. Please can you tell me if my ESR is in normal range (5) and WBC are in normal range, does that means i dont have any infection nor any inflamation.
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The diet, in order of preference in quantity, should look like this leafy greens green veggies other veggies whole fruit, beans and peas Whole grains no yeasted breads, dry cereals or anything refined Seeds and nuts, but cut out seeds if you have any diverticulosis. A little tofu or tempeh daily A little high quality soy or coconut milk yogurt The soluble fiber in this strategy will stabilized colon function in about 6 to 8 weeks, then about 2 or three helpings of animal foods a week, preferably fish, can be added back. See the book Eat to Live by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, for instructions on this type of diet.
Also, take probiotics, these can be found in any pharmacy or health food store.
Make sure you are digesting food [chew it very well].
If you are not very much better in 8 weeks then see your doctor again.
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Urea is OK when it is low unless you are malnourishedIt is high urea that is the problem.Yours if fine.HCT is fine at 37.7 as long as the other values are normal.
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The Rome criteria for IBS is- Symptoms of recurrent abdominal pain/discomfort accompanied by change in bowel habits for at least 6 months,with pain abdomen for at least 3 days in 3 months each.2 of the following 3 must apply-1.Pain is relieved by a bowel movement.2.The onset of pain is accompanied by a change in the consistency of stools.3.The pain is accompanied by a change in the frequency of the stools.The pain usually occurs in the left lower side where the descending colon is located,though it may occur anywhere including the right lower quadrant.In recurrent right lower quadrant pain recurrent inflammation of the appendix may be considered as a important cause which must be ruled out by your PCP/Physician .Other causes to consider in mild constant pain in the right lower quadrant would include Diverticulitis,kidney stones /kidney or uretric disorders and hernias.
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Yes, that is common with IBS.
Pain in this area plus changes with palpation.
This is all consistent with IBS
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ICV is not a valid diagnosis yet.
Stay tuned on that one.
sounds like IBS to me
I understand but I have answered many questions, made many suggestions and had zero accepts.
I recommended probiotics by name
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